About a year ago, I was introduced to Zend Framework as the framework I was going to be working with almost every day. And for nearly a year now, every day I have worked closely with Zend Framework, learning it’s intricacies and dealing with its warts. I sat down in March of last year and wrote a case study about learning Zend Framework. A year after adopting it seemed like a good time to reevaluate the framework and reflect.
Learning Zend Framework was a daunting, challenging experience that tested myself and those I worked with. I learned a few lessons that I think are important, and I think are worth sharing.
Thursday, February 3rd, 2011 @ 12:00 pm |
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Categories: Technology, Web Architecture, Zend Framework
Tags: adoption, decisions, framework, frameworks, Zend, Zend Framework
Lots of people have the itch to write their own frameworks. They think that they can do better than Zend, Cake, Symfony, or application-level frameworks like Drupal. They’re convinced that those designers and developers made fatal flaws, and they can improve upon them. They’re just itching to give it a shot.
So for those of you wanting to write your own frameworks, feel free. But don’t even think about putting it in production until you’ve read this blog post.
Friday, November 6th, 2009 @ 1:00 am |
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Categories: General PHP, System Architecture, Technology