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POLL: Which PHP Frameworks Are You Using in 2023?

PHPIt’s 2023 and by some measures, 77% of all web sites are powered by PHP.  I’m not sure it’s quite that high, though if you think about every WordPress site, maybe…

I’ve been coding a small-volume API and Laravel has been a breeze.  Years ago I did some CakePHP sites and really once you do an MVC project, a lot of the concepts carry over.  Laravel benefits from very nice documentation and a vast community.  Also the code has been bug free so far for me.  I did say “small volume” which I think PHP is appropriate for.  Of course there are ways to scale it further, and one can always go horizontal (depending), but in this case I’m unlikely to seriously tax a 4GB VPS so fast development pays dividends.

Laravel has everything I need, but I’m mostly transforming SQL data and sending it to requesters – YMMV.

Indeed, what mileage are you putting on PHP frameworks these days?  Vote and let us know!  I included some older ones as I know each framework has its partisans.

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Which PHP Frameworks Do You Use?





  1. None, I write without any frameworks, pure PHP, almost 20 years.

    February 28, 2023 @ 7:21 pm | Reply
  2. The choice of a PHP framework depends on the specific project requirements, development preferences, and the availability of community support.

    May 27, 2023 @ 12:35 am | Reply
  3. Thanks to you, I learned about Laravel. Thank you again for the article

    September 19, 2023 @ 12:28 am | Reply
  4. I have everything for PHP Frameworks I need with Laravel.

    October 4, 2023 @ 11:55 pm | Reply

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