Here you can get a good feel for what the product is, what it will do for you, etc.
You can even download the beta version and try it yourself!
And, it is just kind of fun reading.
Part I: Getting Started
Part II: Building the application in each of the frameworks – compare and contrast.
Part III: Weaknesses in each of the frameworks when extending the application
Part IV: AJAX support
Part V: Working outside of the frameworks
Look at that old cruddy PHP code you worked on two years ago. You know what I’m talking about. Seriously, it’s only cruddy because you are two years wiser–two years more experienced. The site is still up–still maintainible.
Now, go learn Ruby and Rails…go learn .NET, J2EE or who knows what else. When you come back to PHP (and you will ;-)) you are going to crank out the meanest, slickest, hottest code you ever wrote.
That’s the lesson I liked so much: Never stop learning new ways to make the best tool for the job even better.
If you want to have some fun with a nice academic exercise, read the article and start hacking!
Now make me proud and post your improvements.
The end is in sight for the 7-year-old but still popular version 4 of PHP, open-source software that lets servers create customized Web pages such as online catalog pages or a list of search results.
Full Story via cNet News.com
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