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Taking a look at ten different PHP frameworks

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 20/3/2006 Zend cakephp framework general symfony wact

PHP frameworks are the latest hot topic in the PHP community, and new frameworks are being released daily. With over 40 frameworks available it's difficult to decide which framework works best for you, especially as each framework offers different functionality.

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AJAX 5-star rating

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 25/5/2006 AJAX advanced tutorials rating symfony

Many sites propose a rating system based on a rating from 1 to 5. The AJAX versions (where the page is not reloaded when you vote) are the best. Here is a code snippet explaining how to do it in PHP with symfony.

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Easy Ajax in symfony

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 7/5/2008 AJAX framework symfony

Symfony has Ajax helpers that make programming an elaborate interface a piece of cake. This tutorial will show you step-by-step how to create an Ajax-powered symfony application in minutes.

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Cross-Domain Ajax with symfony

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 28/11/2008 AJAX advanced tutorials framework symfony

I recently released a new symfony plug-in, called sfWebBrowser. It's a lightweight HTTP client written in PHP, that doesn't require any additional module to work, and it opens a lot of interesting possibilities. As a matter of fact, it doesn't even require symfony to work - you can use it on any application, with any framework. Refer to its wiki page for installation instructions.

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Find your Files

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 22/4/2010 file handling framework oo programming php5 symfony

The best practices for finding files with PHP has evolved a lot in a the last few years. Back in 2004, one of the very first thing I did with PHP was porting the File::Find::Rule Perl module to PHP. File::Find::Rule is a great way to describe the files and directories you want to work with. I used the opendir, readdir, and closedir native PHP functions, and it did the job quite well. The PHP class was named sfFinder, and it can still be found in all symfony versions. Even if the class is bundled with symfony, I know that a few people use it for all kind of stuff, not necessarily related to symfony.

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