11 Reasons Why a PHP Framework is Better Than Raw PHP

After stating our 11 Reasons Why A PHP Framework is better than Raw PHP, here’s 11 Reasons Why A PHP Framework is better than Raw PHP It, often, has a solid community of professionals developing and supporting it It’s, often, coded to an exacting, mature, coding standard It has a solid development history, reviewed by many eyes It has defined methods of doing repetitive things quickly and simply You’re not on your own and call fall back on people for support It’s, often, simple to link in with existing 3rd party libraries – quickly and easily You’re working within clear constraints and development concepts You can bring in developers already experienced with using and deploying it There are tried and true practices for deploying it There are tried and true practices for testing it Frameworks carry brand and industry recognition What do you think?

After stating our 11 Reasons Why A PHP Framework is better than Raw PHP, here’s 11 Reasons Why A PHP Framework is better than Raw PHP

  1. It, often, has a solid community of professionals developing and supporting it
  2. It’s, often, coded to an exacting, mature, coding standard
  3. It has a solid development history, reviewed by many eyes
  4. It has defined methods of doing repetitive things quickly and simply
  5. You’re not on your own and call fall back on people for support
  6. It’s, often, simple to link in with existing 3rd party libraries – quickly and easily
  7. You’re working within clear constraints and development concepts
  8. You can bring in developers already experienced with using and deploying it
  9. There are tried and true practices for deploying it
  10. There are tried and true practices for testing it
  11. Frameworks carry brand and industry recognition

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