[UPHPU] php framework(phrame) vs. pear
bigdog at venticon.com
Thu Oct 28 17:17:10 MDT 2004
On Thu, 2004-10-28 at 16:56, Jacob Hanson wrote:
> XSL is alright. I'm also not a big fan of XML. Language independence
> is cool, but I don't like the extra step of having to manually transform
> before I can run. Of course, I could be one of those crazy-asses
> that transforms them on the fly in PHP. Hehheh. No.
I love to transform on the fly...you can do some really killer stuff on
with php, xml and xsl(t). With PHP5 and libxml i see alot of great
thinngs happening. I have created sites that do the transformation on
the server and cache the transformations or you can do the transforms on
the client...off loading to the client is nice many times.
> I just looked at Phrame. I think I looked at it back in the day. I saw
> a direct lineage to Struts and screamed and ran away. My experience
> with Struts was a nightmare. It's an abomination IMO. Friends don't
> let friends use big hairy XML configuration files for everything. It's
> just not right.
It is a rework of struts or based on struts. I must say there are times
when xml is taken to the extreme.
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