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There is no definitive answer, just opinion. Often the one that is well suited to your style of development and specific project requirements will be the best one to use.

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Symfony2, Zend framework 2.0, .. Look for a framework that does not constrain your modeling in any way. To give an example in CI & CI2 you need to extend Model and call it through their Loader interface for it to work. That's a BIG no-no :)

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ok, i'm a bit partial, but i believe MY framework is the best ;). I'll leave it at that before i sound like a sales pitch :D.

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sure, here's what my can do:

http://iims.ionisis.com

 

It's not available to the public as a framework: it's SYSTEMS are. In other words, i don't share the code that makes my framework, but i let people use the systems (paid, or free). It's a wicked SaaS framework i've been working on for 2 years, and it's about showtime for it. It runs all of the systems you see under the "Systems" menu, at the top of the page (or to the right of that page). It even handles most mobile ;)

 

So, to be clear, as far as my answer, it was meant more as a joke than anything. I.E., it's the best, but you can't have it, lol :D (the framework itself, that is).

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Hmmm, I smell spam.

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Probably ate it for lunch? I don't know how you could, it's disgusting.

 

BTW, don't ever accuse me of such things. A question was asked, and an answer was provided. Ask and receive. Further more, it IS my opinion that my framework is the best there is; however i don't allow others to have the source, i was just stating that opinion.

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which is the best php framework?

Were you really hoping for us to come along and say, "Easy, framework XYZ is best."? Without context, it is not even possible to steer towards frameworks that might be useful to you, never mind the best of those!

 

ok, i'm a bit partial, but i believe MY framework is the best ;). I'll leave it at that before i sound like a sales pitch :D.

 

Is it the best at washing the dishes? Please, if you're going to make claims of suitability then at least be informative with it.

 

P.S. quit spamming.

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I answered a question that was posed, and you call that spam? I'm not a spammer. You can ban me now :D.

 

 

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You can ban me now :D.

 

Unfortunately, I can't.

 

P.S. Maybe you're too new to realise that my previous P.S. was sarcastic in nature.

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Well if you're not going to ban me, then i'll at least clean up my last post so that others don't see it.

 

Oh, and perhaps i MAY have indulge into mentioning my stuff in this thread; but i'm VERY proud of it, and i worked my BUTT off to get my systems where they're at; and i did it with NO funding and NO help. I know exactly what they can do, and i know what they will be able to do in the near future. I'm just a little bit excited to be about to FINALLY let others use them. It's the first time since i've started this whole project that anyone else will be using them. I'm kinda ancy and excited both. So, forgive me if i couldn't resist to mention it here. I think that if you worked on something for 2 years solid, and anticipated wide adoption, you'd be a bit eccentric, and proud, as well.

 

Anyway, i'll drop this issue. No harm, no foul.

 

Oh, and fwiw, i WAS kinda digging this place. I don't usually ask for help with development, because i don't need it, but when i noticed there were threads here with NO answers, i bookmarked this site so that i could help out from time to time (because i'm a nice guy).

 

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Laravel is the best PHP framework to work with. Laravel has many functionalities which prove that this framework is best to work on.

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There is never ending list of PHP frameworks. Codeigniter, Yii2, Symfony3, Laravel all are good in their places. I would recommend you to use Laravel. When it comes to development, then you cant deny the importance of hosting. Especially when we talk about php hosting then we cant compromise with lower standards. There are many companies which are providing hosting  with respect to frameworks. Cloudways is one of them. You may install laravel latest version within few minutes on your server through their platform. 

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There is no best. It depends on your needs. That answer hasn't changed in the last five years and it never will.

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