Cakephp

CakePHP is an open-source web, rapid development framework for PHP that provides an extensible architecture for developing, maintaining, and deploying applications

Codeigniter

CodeIgniter is an open-source PHP web development framework created by EllisLab Inc and it has been adopted by the British Columbia Institute of Technology



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"Why do people say cakephp is somewhat harder than codeigniter for people new to mvc"

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"Also i don t think it is so much that asp.net mvc is so much better than cakephp or codeigniter ruby on rails etc the great thing about asp.net mvc and other asp.net-based technologies such as monorail is that developers who are using asp.net now have the option of following the mvc pattern using tools and languages developers who are using asp.net are familiar with"

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How do the CakePHP and codeigniter frameworks compare to the ASP.NET MVC framework?

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Cakephp is newer more feature rich and heavier than codeigniter codeigniter is designed to have a much smaller footprint so you will most likely find yourself creating functionality in codeigniter to match cake s

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CakePHP to CodeIgniter conversion

Cakephp is considered slower than codeigniter but you can tweak it to enhance speed

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Are there any big websites which uses frameworks?

In my view cakephp seems much more lighter then codeigniter but i never used either one so i can t judge

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CakePHP or CodeIgniter for file sharing webapp?

In my opinion it will probably be easier to integrate with codeigniter although someone more experienced with cakephp might prove me wrong

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Integrating CakePHP or CodeIgniter in existing projects

I have been reading about cakephp but it seems a bit more complicated than codeigniter

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Need a simple PHP framework for my webapp

Codeigniter has the lower learning curve overall so i would recommend it over cakephp

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Adding User Authentication in PHP

For that you would use a php framework;i would suggest starting with codeigniter which is simpler than zend;i don t have experience with cakephp so i won t comment on that.

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Modern File Structuring for Website Development

I suspect codeigniter doesn t have quite as flexible a structure it s smaller and lighter than cakephp but a quick look at the cakephp manual to see how behaviors components helpers and the vendors folder may be helpful

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MVC, where do the classes go?

I personally use codeigniter which probably falls in to the heavy framework category but is at least much lighter than cakephp and lighter than zend too i think

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Does it exist anything like DWR for PHP?

I don t know too much about codeigniter but i remember ruling it out when i was evaluating frameworks myself about a year ago;cakephp seemed much more developed at the time

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PHP Frameworks (CodeIgniter, Yii, CakePHP) vs. Django

I tested cakephp but it s too much a la rails style and i didn t like it;codeigniter gives you more freedom to do whatever you whant

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PHP with AWASP framework

Cakephp is a good ruby on rails imitation;i found codeigniter felt much more like php in a good way it s documentation is also my favourite of any project i ve used

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Ruby on Rails or a PHP framework

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