Stubbles Blog is live!
Yesterday, the Stubbles project got its own blog at www.stubbles.org.
Stubbles is a new framework for PHP 5.2 which focuses on clean OO design, the use of patterns and ports some features from the langauges commonly referred to "enterprise languages" t
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As a programmer who has used many frameworks for PHP (Mojavi, Zend Framework and most recently CakePHP), what is there in Stubbles that would make me want to switch from, say, CakePHP? Not trying to be flamebait here, I'm interested in knowing why I should use it.
Stubbles is completely different from the approach CakePHP takes. It will not enable you to build CRUD applications in mere minutes. You will have to write a lot more code on your own.
Stubbles is just beginning to grow, so it currently does not offer you all the functionality, that the frameworks you mentioned, offer.
But as we offer the extended reflection support and some nice features when it comes to creating XML, I can still recommend, that you combine the powers of several frameworks. That's the same approach we will be taking, when using Stubbles in our own projects. We do not aim at replacing these frameworks.
As soon as we finished the basic MVC architecture, we will write some tutorials, to explain how Stubbles can be used to build web applications (which will be mainly built with XSLT).
Do you work just in your intern team?
Or you gonna share developement with community?
I wanted to write my own framework - but now i think, that its better to develope and to participate in the existing one.