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  • 1. Best PHP Frameworks in 2013PHP Frameworks provides architecture (MVC) to create applications. It helps to speed upapplication development process.After reading the views of many programmers, I made a conclusion that none of the PHPFrameworks satisfies all the programmers/applications needs.Each Framework has its own features and it should be chosen as per the needs. Like some aregood for small application while some are best suited for large. You should check their databasesupport, community support and documentation while choosing one.When people get used to a particular Framework, and then they hardly think of other. Theybelieve that the one they are using is the best. But I think it’s good to have knowledge of morethan one Framework.Here is the best PHP Frameworks trending in 2013 (not in any order).1. CodeIgniterIt is the easiest to learn and it’s a lot of programmers’ favorites. It’s very flexible and works wellfor small and medium-sized applications. It has large community support and documentation.http://ellislab.com/codeigniter
  • 2. 2. Yii FrameworkIt is a high-performance PHP framework best for developing Web 2.0 applications. It supportsevent driven programming not available in others from this list.http://www.yiiframework.com/3. Symfony 2It takes time to learn and incorporates the best practices. It has lots of features and highlyconfigurable. It is suitable for mid-sized and large applications.http://symfony.com/
  • 3. 4. Zend FrameworkIt is suitable for mid-sized applications and enterprise projects. It has a very big library. It’ssuitable when you have learnt the best practices.http://framework.zend.com/5. LaravelIt helps you create wonderful applications using simple,expressive syntax. It’s youngest among all yetpromising with good documentation and rapidly growing community.http://laravel.com/
  • 4. 6. CakePHPIt’s not quite easy to learn and should follow strict naming convention. It’s easy to setup andtranslations, database access, caching, validation, authentication etc are built-in.http://cakephp.org/If you are a beginner then you can start with CodeIgniter.Brought to you by: http://www.itechroom.com