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PHP Frameworks Reviews

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Writer with 1-10 employees
Feb 22 2018

What is most valuable?

MVC Framework which Taylor built is simple to use and has many built-in features, especially on models and collections. The command-based tools are a must have. We use this feature extensively to handle numerous cron-based tasks within our... more»

How has it helped my organization?

Faster development cycles with good community support and third-party packages to choose from. It keeps up-to-date with major releases of common tools, like PHP and SQL databases.

What needs improvement?

* V.3 was nice to get the tool going, but it was limited. * V.4 was much better and we rolled out numerous production applications, which still run today. * V.5 was neat and matured.

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