[Phpmyadmin-devel] Roadmap for MVC?

Sam Radhakrishan sk09idm at gmail.com
Thu Feb 12 12:51:58 CET 2015

Some suggestions could be Laravel, CakePHP, Codeignitor.

Sam Radhakrishan
Computer Science Engineering
NIT Trichy
On 12 Feb 2015 17:18, "Hugues Peccatte" <hugues.peccatte at gmail.com> wrote:

> 2015-02-11 18:35 GMT+01:00 Chirayu Chiripal <chirayu.chiripal at gmail.com>:
>> Hi everyone,
>> As we frequently end up discussing this, I am initiating this thread to
>> discuss it further. As we have all agreed that it might be very difficult
>> to move current codebase to any MVC framework and might need lot of rework
>> but there is need for this for better maintainability and future
>> enhancements.
>> So, I think we should start by discussing which MVC framework would be
>> best to do so. Some points that we might need to consider while considering
>> a framework are:
>> * Developers skills & interest into particular framework.
>> * License compatibility of the framework with phpMyAdmin's license.
>> * Features of the framework and ease to use it.
>> * How active are the developers of the framework?
>> Looking forward to your suggestions.
>> --
>> Regards,
>> Chirayu Chiripal
>> https://chirayuchiripal.wordpress.com/
> Hi,
> I currently use ZendFramework at work. But I think that this type of
> framework is too heavy only for MVC. We should look for another one lighter.
> Hugues.
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