Subject Re: [firebird-php] PHP Framework recommendation
Author Andre van Zuydam
Hi There

I'm sure I can help you with this regard, we'd have to do a tutorial
session on Skype preferrably as I'm still busy with the documentation on
the system. If you find it's not what you need I'd be interested to
hear why. It is a browser based RAD tool driven by menu and access
levels. It is based on the CDE library for PHP, the idea is to make it
cross database compliant but its core is primarily for use with
Firebird. Although this application is a framework of sorts its more a
code management tool and there is very little to learn before you can be
up and coding. The reason for this is because as I might be a competent
PHP developer, the learning curve on getting used to a new frame work
takes down my effectiveness. You should be able to reuse your own PHP
code within the environment and make use of its code management to help
speed up the delivery.

Looking forward to your contact


Lester Caine wrote:
> jbrugger wrote:
> > Hi all. I´m looking for a PHP Framework, Firebird-friendly, to
> develop corporate apps. I´ve found a similar question in this group,
> but it´s from 2007, and surely frameworks have evolved and new ones
> appeared in the field.
> It depends on which one you found ...
> > Can you recommmend a PHP framework for enterprise apps? (well
> supported, well documented, stable, open source). I'm able to read the
> web, I´m looking for experienced users advices here.
> I have been working with bitweaver since moving from tikiwiki some
> years ago
> now. Part of the reason for the move was the poor structure to many of
> the
> systems available back then. I'd ben through quite a few getting to
> tikiwiki,
> and spent some time making that work with Firebird, only to find that
> 'expansion' was something the other developers would not support.
> Tikiwiki has
> lost many of the databases it used to work with, as have many others.
> If it's
> not MySQL ...
> bitweaver is a 'framework' that allow me to add specialist packages
> for things
> like nlpg data, and our citizen index data, but which has a nice
> generic base,
> and easy to handle installer and upgrade facility. It has served me
> well and
> continues to do so. ... or have a look at the sites below.
> Enquirysolve is a multisite structured portal for our customers and
> has passed
> variuos security audits.
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