Jessika_Grimes83 answered on June 26th 19 at 14:19
Old, not popular, dying.
I do not yuzal, my first framework - Laravel 5 - the most popular framework in the United States.
- Simple (which is not to say for example about Symfony or Yii )
- Just installed, started and configured without the tambourine (in contrast to Yii)
- Out of the box there are a huge number of features, which are needed in real projects (in any framework do not have such)
- Focus on development without the tambourine, and tears to the developer was comfortable and pleasant to work with
- Actively developing and has a huge community
- Active Record pattern - but this disadvantage is relevant only on huge projects, but for 98% of projects - no problem
Works maybe a little bit slower than Yii
- Auto-completion in IDE normal is only in PHPStorm (IMHO) + need to put the Laravel IDE Helper
I recommend to choose from leaders, and what is claimed in the market - Laravel / Symfony / Yii - otherwise you will not find a job and just everything
kade.Bos answered on June 26th 19 at 14:21
Give it half a day and try to make a blog or product catalog. Documentation from Kaka good, if I like it. In Russian do not have any resources. But the framework is decent, no worse yii2 or laravel, it's just that these two community is large and ready-made solutions many times more (cake at some point fell behind in development, and that popularity has declined). For a typical crud application is fine.
Adrian.Bogisich answered on June 26th 19 at 14:23
There is already actually said, Laravel / Symfony / Yii - the most popular PHP frameworks. About CakePHP don't know anything. But I advise also to teach and CMS key (worpress, Jumla, Drupal, therefore...), but not as the first framework, and only then. Because they are very popular and demanded in the market. But to be honest to teach them - just hell. Despite the fact that they are positioned as the CMS - i.e. for people who do not understand programming, in fact, their learning is much more complicated than the classic MVC frameworks. Firstly a very clear project structure, in contrast to MVC where model/view function/controllers, and secondly the admin panel - I find it easier in the config file in PHP need a parameter to change it than to remember a bunch of menus.
P. S. And I started with Kohana and the way still find it the easiest MVC framework. Although rumor is he's kind of already died, but some old projects on it are...