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    Might be a bit random..

    But has anyone tried Codeigniter for PHP?
    I delved into it about a fortnight ago, and I'm so glad I did. Makes developing more efficient and the code looks nicer too. (If you can say such a thing )

    Thoroughly recommend it
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    (Original post by joshua11)
    Might be a bit random..

    But has anyone tried Codeigniter for PHP?
    I delved into it about a fortnight ago, and I'm so glad I did. Makes developing more efficient and the code looks nicer too. (If you can say such a thing )

    Thoroughly recommend it
    I use at work.

    Love it.
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    I really love it, especially how light it is , I tried CakePHP and Zend and they were both too heavy for my liking.
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    (Original post by Jake9)
    I really love it, especially how light it is , I tried CakePHP and Zend and they were both too heavy for my liking.
    and complicated!
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    I used it last year for a project but I much prefer Yii
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    Code Igniter is a nice bit of kit. A mate of mine is one of the dev's there and he knows his stuff so it's in safe hands too.
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    My computing teacher uses it and recommended it to me as he knows I use PHP. Downloaded it, but never got round to using it >.<
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    I'm using it to build a web application. It's pretty flexible, only a few minor glitches along the way but the community is quick to respond too, which is an important aspect of any CMS.

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