Category Archives: PHP Frameworks

Pros and Cons of CodeIgniter Framework

Pros and Cons of CodeIgniter Framework

The web developers can execute PHP code in a number of ways. They can embed PHP code into HTML code seamlessly. Likewise, they can combine PHP code with a number of web frameworks. But most programmers prefer combining PHP code with popular web frameworks for custom web applications development rapidly without writing additional code. The web frameworks even make it easier for users to accomplish common web development frameworks. At present, CodeIgniter is one of the one of the widely used PHP frameworks. Continue reading Pros and Cons of CodeIgniter Framework

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Laravel 4 vs Laravel 5

Laravel 4 vs Laravel 5A large percentage of web developers nowadays prefer Laravel 5 to other PHP frameworks to avail a number of robust features. Laravel simplifies development of large and complex web applications by providing a built-in template engine, object relational mapper (ORM) system, authentication library, and native security features.In one of our previous blogs: Laravel vs CodeIgniter, we had compared Laravel with another popular PHP Framework CodeIgniter. Laravel has been evolving consistently to meet the all possible needs of modern web application developers. Today, we will compare Laravel 4 vs Laravel 5 and see how Laravel has been continuously improving itself. Continue reading Laravel 4 vs Laravel 5

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New Features in CakePHP 3.5 that PHP Developers are excited about

CakePHP 3.5 New Features
CakePHP 3.5 New Features

At present, CakePHP is one of the widely used web frameworks. In addition to being written in PHP, it supports simplifies development of large and complex web applications by supporting model-view-controller (MVC) programming paradigm. The PHP 7 web framework further provides built-in features to simplify common web development tasks like database access, caching, authentication, validation and translation. PHP Developers always keep a track on CakePHP releases and new CakePHP features which comes along with the releases.

Likewise, the built-in security tools provided by CakePHP help PHP developers to prevent security threats like form tampering, SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS) and cross site request forgery (CSRF). The CakePHP core team has been upgrading the PHP framework consistently to simplify and accelerate custom web application development. In August, the CakePHP core team released CakePHP 3.5 officially after releasing two candidates. Continue reading New Features in CakePHP 3.5 that PHP Developers are excited about

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