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I'm not 100% sure that this is the best place for this thread, however I wanted to know which micro-frameworks you guys use (if any). They're not always the best to use, however I've been using Flight for quite a while and I love it, but I moved to Flight from Slim, so I'm just wondering if there isn't an even better framework I should be using.


I've ventured into the larger supported frameworks like CakePHP, and Fuel, but I don't really like them; I mostly do smaller projects which require as little overhead as possible.

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He-he, Tony thank you for sharing the link to Silex :)


I've installed Silex few days ago by Composer and i was very impressed how easy and fast I've done everything on my RedHat server :)


I've noticed that Silex is not a real MVC framework like CakePHP, Symfony,Zend, etc...but....for small projects that is very useful, b/s we don't need to use a full functionality of MVC.


It gives me only the C (controller) of the MVC pattern for V (view) I can use a "twig" or a flat php and for M (model) I could use a doctrine ORM, if I want it. 

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