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Old 12-11-2009, 04:01 AM   #1
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Dynamics website toolkits


Can anyone recommend frameworks for creating dynamic websites.

I'm interested in a toolkit to generate a website that pulls info from a mysql db. I'm hoping to find code to make listing records, breadcrumbs, drop down windows and lots of bells and whistles. I've done some stuff in php,but I'm hoping to not have to build these things from scratch.

php, ruby on rails?

Anyone have any suggestions?

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Try the CMS Matrix site for all and more than you could dream of...
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If what you're making is not a CMS, I'd look at MVC frameworks. Here's a good one:


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