John David Anderson uphpu at mail.johndavidanderson.net
Tue Nov 9 19:26:30 MST 2004

I have really liked that book - definitely recommended for those who 
haven't checked it out yet.

I personally use Smarty and like it so far. I have heard from others on 
the list that it's slow, but I haven't experienced any slowness. I'm 
not sure what would cause that. I would use it for any size site. Its 
pretty easy to use. (Check it out at smarty.php.net)

It doesn't matter so much as you find something that works for you and 
you try to keep your logic separate from your presentation. You'll only 
realize how great this is when some of your projects get older - and 
you need to rework things.

I'd also like to hear more talk about frameworks as well. I'm looking 
for a good intro to a MVC-ish framework and I haven't found anything 
yet. Any recommendations there either?


On Nov 9, 2004, at 7:21 PM, Steven Retz wrote:

> I have been reading the book I got, "Advanced PHP Programming".  I
> have been wondering what the members of the group are doing for
> templates, either smarty, ad hoc, or some other way.
> Eger to hear what people are doing and why, to futhor my understanding.
> Steven
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