5 PHP Frameworks you may not know about

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There are many PHP frameworks available for developers to choose from when creating a project. Frameworks such as CodeIgniter, CakePHP, Symfony and Zend are the most popular frameworks used by developers.

In this article I will compile a list of 5 frameworks that many developers may not know of.

Seagull

Seagull 5 PHP Frameworks you may not know about
Supports:

  • PHP4
  • PHP5
  • Multiple Database's
  • ORM
  • DB Objects
  • Templates
  • Caching
  • Validation
  • Ajax
  • Auth Module
  • Modules

PHP on TRAX

phpontrax 5 PHP Frameworks you may not know about
Supports:

  • PHP5
  • Multiple Database's
  • ORM
  • DB Objects
  • Validation
  • Ajax
  • Modules

Yii

Yii 5 PHP Frameworks you may not know about
Supports:

  • PHP5
  • Multiple Database's
  • ORM
  • DB Objects
  • Templates
  • Caching
  • Validation
  • Ajax
  • Auth Module
  • Modules

Akelos

Akelos 5 PHP Frameworks you may not know about
Supports:

  • PHP4
  • PHP5
  • Multiple Database's
  • ORM
  • DB Objects
  • Templates
  • Caching
  • Validation
  • Ajax
  • Auth Module
  • Modules

Prado

PRADO 5 PHP Frameworks you may not know about
Supports:

  • PHP5
  • Multiple Database's
  • ORM
  • DB Objects
  • Templates
  • Caching
  • Validation
  • Ajax
  • Auth Module
  • Modules

Other frameworks

If there are other frameworks that you know of that you think I have missed then please feel free to post a comment.

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3 Responses to 5 PHP Frameworks you may not know about

  1. GeekLad February 15, 2010 at 3:39 pm #

    I've recently started a project with Yii, and I've gotta say, I'm thoroughly impressed. I just wish that the scaffolding included building database tables and everything, like Ruby on Rails does. I haven't really come across any PHP frameworks that go that extra step, but it really does help reduce some of the work involved in building a skeleton app w/ scaffolding.

  2. Wez Pyke February 15, 2010 at 4:24 pm #

    Have you checked out CakePHP? The developers tried to make it as much like Ruby on Rails as they could for PHP. It also allows for scaffolding.

  3. Hari K T June 13, 2010 at 2:01 pm #

    I wonder why you have not added the Lithium PHP 5.3 framework . Its the latest from those who were in the cake PHP project . Also what about Kohana ? Solar ? :)
    Lithium may be the one that's already there to support PHP 5.3 and I don't love going back to PHP4 . So is there any necessity to show that ?

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