10 Best PHP Frameworks

PHP is a widely used, general-purpose scripting language that was originally designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages. For this purpose, PHP code is embedded into the HTML source document and interpreted by a web server with a PHP processor module, which generates the web page document. In this article I am going to create a list of Ten Best PHP Frameworks for our readers.

1. Recess Framework

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2. Vork

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3. Fat Free

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4. Code Igniter

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5. Akelos

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6. Simple PHP Framework

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7. Flourish

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8. Adroit

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9. Zephyr

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10. Zend Framework

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Loveish Kalsi

Loveish Kalsi is a freelance Web and Graphic Designer from India. He is the owner of famous design blog Creativedesignmagazine.com

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21 Responses to 10 Best PHP Frameworks

  1. alex says:

    Two of the most important (Cake and Symfony) missing…

  2. Trent says:

    Judging by the number of articles on the “best PHP frameworks” that have been coming out lately, it seems like Symfony’s really dead.

  3. Jamie says:

    How can you even call this an article? There’s no content. You just link to a bunch of logos without explaining why they’re on the list.

  4. Harsha M V says:

    Have u heard of Cakephp ?

  5. RSK says:

    I think u left cakePHP

  6. Rich says:

    Seconding the comments from Jamie and Alex – no content, just a link to logos – are you involved with these or something? Did you try them all? and what about the larger frameworks like CakePHP and Symfony as Alex said? Bad “article” – don’t bother again!

  7. Interesting, that’s useful, many thanks, bookmarked.

  8. dfsdf says:

    Harsha shut up your sarcastic wanker. CakePHP has been proven time and time again to be slow as hell.

  9. bumperize says:

    I strongly suggest Yii. It is at least worth checking out.

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  11. axmed says:

    Yii is supposed to be the fastest of them all according to them i never used it so cant tell,i use Doctrine ORM with codeIgniter

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  13. Stas says:

    For all frameworks i recommend to use free PHP IDE Codelobster PHP Edition (http://www.codelobster.com) with special plug-ins for installation, autocomplete, context help and etc.

  14. abe says:

    this article is null, because in the real world of php framework this article miss many good framework

  15. Mark says:

    This is a good list except I would probably put symfony or CakePHP close to the top. There is a good top 3 of 10 here: http://newtop3.com/phpframeworks

  16. Lydia says:

    Fat-Free Framework 2.0 has just been released. Packed with new exciting features, outstanding documentation and improved overall performance, the latest version of F3 still retains its lightweight footprint and remains true to its promise of being easy to use even for novices, yet stable and powerful enough to run high-traffic Web sites.

  17. Doni says:

    you may try Panada Framework on http://panadaframework.com/

  18. Duncan says:

    best for what?! There’s dozens of quality frameworks left off this list. Kohana, MODX, Pulse, FuelPHP, Slim, Melt, Laravel…

    This really is rubbish.

  19. ALI says:

    Where is Laravel framework?!!!!!

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