Wednesday, 16 November 2016

PHP Frameworks for Faster Development

PHP has become a popular programming language in the world, now a days. It started earlier, as inline code snippets in static HTML files.

Currently, websites have grown into more advanced and very complex structure. So, developing websites from scratch will take too much time and it will be a tiresome task also. Hence, a structured way of approach to development became highly necessary. In order to solve this, PHP frameworks came into the scene and provide programmers the right solution for this.

PHP Frameworks: The Advantages

  • Faster development
  • Well-structured, reusable and easily maintainable code
  • Frameworks are scalable
  • High-level security
  • Modern web development practices such as object-oriented programming tools

Some of the most popular PHP frameworks are listed below:

1. Laravel

Laravel is a new PHP framework released in 2011, and has become the most popular framework right now.  Laravel has an instant hosting and deployment platform, and offers good support along with plenty of tutorials.

2. CodeIgniter

CodeIgniter is a PHP framework which requires only a minimum configuration for installation. It was released in 2006. It works fine on almost all shared and dedicated hosting platforms.

3. Symfony

The Symfony 2 framework components are used by many projects like the Drupal content management system. Symfony has also a large community of developers.
Symfony components are PHP libraries which are reusable for different tasks like object configuration, to create forms, routing, templating.

4. Phalcon

It was released in 2012.  Like the name, the Phalcon is fast as a falcon, because it was written in C and C++ to reach the top level of performance. It was a good news for PHP programmers that they don’t have to learn the C language, as the functionality is integrated as PHP classes which are ready to use for any application.

5. Yii 2

The Yii2 framework is faster than other PHP frameworks. Yii 2 is object-oriented and integrated with jQuery, and it has a set of AJAX-enabled features. There are some easy-to-use skinning and theming mechanism, so it will be ideal for someone who comes from a designing background.

6. CakePHP

CakePHP is still among the most popular PHP frameworks, even though it’s old.
CakePHP has excellent tools for creating web apps which require high-level of security. It has several built-in security features like input validation, SQL injection prevention, CSRF (cross-site request forgery) protection, XSS (cross-site scripting) prevention.

7. Zend Framework

Zend is a PHP framework ideal for more complex and large projects. Zend has partners such as IBM, Microsoft, Google and Adobe. Zend Framework was created in order to deliver high-quality enterprise apps.

8. FuelPHP

FuelPHP is a very flexible full-stack PHP framework. FuelPHP is modular and extendable, and providing good security features like input, URI filtering and output encoding. It has several sophisticated features and comes with a detailed documentation.

9. Slim

Slim is a PHP micro framework which is ideal for smaller apps. It is used for developing RESTful APIs and services. Slim has several good features like URL routing, session- and cookie encryption, client-side HTTP caching.

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