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  1. The simplest way to gain request-start to request-end speed is to cache using something like akamai.
  2. CodeIgnitor will teach you nothing.
  3. Codelgniter is an abomination and a dying project so forget it. Any of the other 3 are probably worthwhile though I don't hear much about Cake these days (but that is likely just the circles I hang in). As for where to start. This question gets asked all the time and the answer is always the same. Try them all and see. If I were in your position I would spend a weekend with each, and then decide. They are all very capable, so it's just personal opinions as to which one you like best.
  4. It is. I use it on a daily basis with a few large Symfony2 based applications. It's a great tool. http://thorpesystems.com/blog/debugging-php-in-vim I'm pretty interested in taking a look at http://phpdbg.com one of these days too as it ships with PHP5.6.
  5. You have got to be kidding. http://www.w3fools.com
  6. We do not delete accounts. If you don't want it, don't use it, simple.
  7. Must have missed this? http://forums.phpfreaks.com/topic/150979-this-board-is-not-a-code-repository/
  8. 2 & 3 will never happen using vim's autocompletion. And 1, well, vim gets its context from a few different locations depending on the keystroke you use to start completion. Generally, I only ever use the context of the current buffer. This meens variables will only be completed if they already exist in the current buffer. Not that I use completion often anyway.
  9. Not at all. That's why I said I rarely use it.
  10. vim's code completion is the best (quickest and most flexible) Ive used, not that I use it often.
  11. trq

    PHP Micro-Frameworks

    Silex (http://silex.sensiolabs.org) is an awesome micro-framework built on the shoulders of Symfony (another great though full stack framework).
  12. $lstr needs to be the second argument to prepare() not query().
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