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jeremy 01-12-2011 05:06 PM

Open Source Web Framework of the Year
A new poll this year.


sycamorex 01-13-2011 02:17 PM

The only reason for voting for CakePHP is that that's the only one I've tried. I'm looking forward to the results of this category. Not that popularity has always much to do with quality, but still...

Mdgart 01-15-2011 04:08 AM

I voted for Django of course, I live it!

MassDosage 01-17-2011 04:21 AM

No Spring MVC?

jeremy 01-17-2011 10:25 AM


Originally Posted by MassDosage (Post 4227098)
No Spring MVC?

Spring is already a nominee in this category.


MassDosage 01-17-2011 10:30 AM

Gah, sorry, you're right, my bad for reading over it.

o1iver 01-17-2011 12:07 PM

Two that should be added:
CodeIgniter (pretty known)
Kohana (not very well known, but very very good, albeit young...)

jeremy 01-17-2011 12:08 PM

CodeIgniter has been added.


goanna300 01-17-2011 05:06 PM

Maybe Squiz belongs here
I suggested Squiz family of CMS products should be in the CMS section. Then I saw this Web Framework category.
For the usual workflow/version control features I would vote Squiz in a corporate/government environment.

javaunixsolaris 01-17-2011 11:20 PM

I love one called Velocity just learned it recently and it's fantastic.

savotije 01-21-2011 09:03 PM


gotfw 01-21-2011 09:52 PM


Originally Posted by jeremy (Post 4222255)
A new poll this year.


Cool! Looking forward to some interesting discussion :)

But holy cow, Batman, there's just too many to mention. Also, doesn't Django fit better under CMS than web framework per se? Yeah, I know it can be stretched, but it doesn't really seem like the best category for it when compared to the likes of, for example, ROR, Struts, or Spring.

mariuz 01-22-2011 08:41 AM

Voted django

I use django with firebird database and i love it

here is the live site powered by latest stable django and firebird 2.5

batfastad 01-22-2011 12:23 PM

I don't actually use one, tend to roll my own stuff when needed.
But I'd be interested in checking the winners of this out.
Had a look at CakePHP a while ago and it looked pretty complicated to actually just get on with coding on it.

tadeas 01-23-2011 12:15 PM

Nette. Could it be added? :)

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