|Things to keep in mind when using a PHP Framework
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|Author:||blackstormy1804 [ Mon Jun 04, 2018 2:32 am ]|
|Post subject:||Things to keep in mind when using a PHP Framework|
Error is one of the hard things to avoid while programming, but the PHP Framework is what can help you minimize errors by providing very standard code libraries. Rewriting repeated code unnecessarily can lead to the development of errors that even the programmer can not understand and the PHP Framework will help you get rid of the problem.
However, you also need to pay attention when using any PHP Framework. For example, if you are not a PHP expert, then you should use a framework that is popular, has a large community. There are also many types of frameworks that are almost without community support because these are usually written by individuals or people who do not have extensive knowledge.
Some of the more common errors are because you can not guarantee that the output of the database server and webserver versions is compatible with the framework. For example, the Seagull PHP Framework offers the following configuration:
PHP: at least PHP 4.3.0 or above or PHP from 5.1.1 or higher, avoid using PHP version 5.0.x
MySQL: supports both MySQL 4.0.x, 4.1.x and 5.0.x. You can also use version 3.23.x.
Apache: Seagull runs fine with Apache 1.3.x and 2.x
If you can not meet these requirements then the Seagull framework will not be able to run efficiently. Even if you are a PHP expert, you should look at the documentation for configuring a framework before deciding to use it. In addition, the installation instructions of a framework also helps you avoid unnecessary errors and save a lot of time before going to develop your application next time.
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