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New in PHP 7
New in PHP 7

To date, PHP has released the official version php7 RC7, the distance to release the first official version will not be far away! For now php7 major feature must have been finalized, and will not have any change of. Some versions of the subsequent iteration is primarily trim bug, optimization and the like. Here to talk to those who have a major change php7 we have been looking forward to the. . .

About PHP


20-year history;

By far the most popular WEB development language;

More than 82% of sites are using PHP as their service-side development language;

New Features Introduction


  • PHP NG – Zend Engine 3
  • Abstract syntax tree
  • The INT 64 support
  • Unified variable syntax
  • Added Closure :: call ()
  • Consistency foreach loop
  • Support anonymous class
  • Added <=> , ** , ?? , \ u {xxxx} operator
  • Increase the return type of declaration
  • Increasing the scalar type of declaration
  • Core error by exception catching
  • Adds context-sensitive lexical analysis



  • ZVAL
  • Size reduced from 24 bytes to 16 bytes
  • Zend Array (HashTable)
  • HashTable size reduced from 72 bytes to 56 bytes
  • HashTable bucket size was reduced from 72 bytes to 32 bytes
  • Optimization function calls
  • Use the new memory allocation, management, reducing waste of memory
  • Immutable array optimization


$ Arr = [];


for ( $ i = 0 ; $ i < 100,000 ; $ i ++) {

$ arr [] = [ ‘PHP’ ];



P (memory_get_usage ( true ));


PHP5: 45M

PHP7: 10M

  • Some very common and low-cost function directly into the engine support of opcode

call_user_function (_array) => ZEND_INIT_USER_CALL

is_int , is_string , is_array , … => ZEND_TYPE_CHECK

strlen => ZEND_STRLEN

defined => ZEND + DEFINED


  • Optimizing core sorting

PHP5 ( zend_qsort )

quicksort (non-stable sort)


array ( 1 => 0 , 0 => 0 )

PHP7 ( zend_sort )

selection sort quick sort + (stable sort)


array ( 0 => 0 , 1 => 0 )

Less than 16 elements using selection sort, more than 16 units to 16 in accordance with the division, respectively, using selection sort, and then all together using the quick sort. Sort the more than before, the internal elements of a non-stable sort becomes stable sort, reducing the number of switching elements, reducing the number of operations on memory performance improvement of 40%

Abstract syntax tree

New in Php 7
New in Php 7


If now we have such a demand, to the source files for php-line syntax testing, to achieve coding standard. php5 before then, there is no AST, directly from the parser generates the opcodes! We need the help of some external php parser to achieve; and php7 increased AST, we can go to achieve such an extension, using the extended functions provided can directly access files corresponding to the AST structure, and this structure is what we It can be identified, so we can do some optimization and a judge on this basis.

The INT 64 support


  • Support store more than 2GB of string
  • Support upload a file size larger than 2GB
  • Guarantee strings on all platforms [64] are 64bit

Uniform syntax variables

$$ Foo [ ‘Bar’ ] [ ‘baz’ ]

PHP5: $ {$ foo [‘Bar’] [‘baz’]}

PHP7: ($$ foo) [‘Bar’] [‘baz’] [rule] from left to right

( function ()  {}) ();

$ Foo () ();

select allcopyPut notes[ $ obj, ‘method’ ] ();


class A {

public static function a1 () {}



[ A new, ‘A1’ ] ();

Added Closure :: call ()


$ F = function ()  {

P ( $ this -> name);



class  F  {

Private  $ name = ‘F’ ;



$ F -> Call ( new F);

Support anonymous class


function  getAnonymousClass ($ config)  {

return  new  class (config) {};



p (getAnonymousClass (array ()));

Consistency foreach loop

// PHP5

$ a = array ( 1 , 2 , 3 ); foreach ( $ a as $ v ) {var_dump (current ( $ a ));}

int ( 2 )

int ( 2 )

int ( 2 )


$ A = array ( 1 , 2 , 3 ); $ b = & $ a ; foreach ( $ a as $ v ) {var_dump (current ( $ a ));}

int ( 2 )

int ( 3 )

bool (false)


$ A = array ( 1 , 2 , 3 ); $ b = $ ​​a ; foreach ( $ a as $ v ) {var_dump (current ( $ a ));}

int ( 1 )

int ( 1 )

int ( 1 )


// PHP7: no longer operating data of the internal pointer

$ A = array ( 1 , 2 , 3 ); foreach ( $ a as $ v ) {var_dump (current ( $ a ))}

int ( 1 )

int ( 1 )

int ( 1 )


$ A = array ( 1 , 2 , 3 ); $ b = & $ a ; foreach ( $ a as $ v ) {var_dump (current ( $ a ))

int ( 1 )

int ( 1 )

int ( 1 )


$ A = array ( 1 , 2 , 3 ); $ b = $ ​​a ; foreach ( $ a as $ v ) {var_dump (current ( $ a ))}

int ( 1 )

int ( 1 )

int ( 1 )

Several new operators




select allcopyPut notes// PHP5

function  Compare ( $ a , $ b )  {

return ( $ a < $ b ) -? 1 : (( $ a > $ b )? 1 : 0 );


// PHP7

function  Compare ( $ a , $ b )  {

return  $ a <=> $ b ;




2 ** 2 ; // 2 * 2 = 4

2 ** – 1 ; // 1/2 = 0.5

3 ** – 2 ; // 1/9 = 0.111111111



$ A = null ;

$ b = 1 ;

$ c = 2 ;

echo  $ a ?? $ b , ‘,’, $ c ?? $ b ; // 1,2

echo  $ a ?? $ b ?? $ c   , ‘,’, $ a ?? $ d ?? $ c ; // 1,2

\ U {xxxx}


echo  “\ u {4f60}” ; // you

echo  “\ u {65b0}” ; // New

// from right to left to force

echo “\ u {202E} iabgnay \ u {1F602}” ;;

😂 yangbai

The return type of declaration


function  getInt () : int  {

return  ‘Test’ ;



getInt ();


// Function return value DateTime

function  getDateTime () : DateTime  {

return  new DateTime ();


Scalar type of declaration

function  getAmount (int $ num ) : int  {

return  $ num ;



getAmount ( ‘Test’ );


// PHP5

#PHP Catchable fatal error: Argument 1 passed to getInt () MUST be an instance of int, String Given …


// PHP7

#Fatal error: Uncaught TypeError: Argument 1 passed to getInt () MUST be of the type Integer, String Given …


getAmount ( ‘123’ );

# PHP7 new strict mode option will open the next error [declare (strict_types = 1), pay attention to put the first line of code]

Core error can be caught by an exception

try {

non_exists_func ();

} catch (EngineException $ e ) {

echo  “Exception: {$ e> getMessage ();} \ N” ;

} finally {

echo  “undefined function …” ;



// Here with php7 tried it but it does not capture the success [] throws an exception. . .

#Exception: Call to undefined function non_exists_func ()

Up and down asking sensitive lexical analysis


select allcopyPut notes// PHP5

class  Collection  { public  function  foreach ( $ arr )  {}}

#parse error: parse error, expecting `” identifier (T_STRING) “‘…


// PHP7

class  Collection  {

public  function  foreach ( $ arr )  {

return  $ this ;


public  function  in ( $ arr ) {

return  $ this ;


public  function  Sort ( $ condition ) {

return  $ this ;


public  function  echo ( $ condition ) {

return  ‘OK’ ;



$ Collection = new Collection ();

$ Collection -> in () -> foreach () -> Sort () -> echo ();

Break something

  • mysql, ereg

mysql moved ext / pecl go up, ereg moved ext / pcre

  • isapi, tux etc SAPIs
  • <? And <? Language = “php” Such a label is removed
  • HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA removed (you can use php: // input substitution)
  • $ O = & new className () , no longer supports such wording
  • mktime () , gmmktime () function $ is_dst parameters are removed
  • setlocale () function in the $ category parameter does not support the string, and must be a constant LC beginning
  • ini file to remove the # as a comment, unified use; to comment
  • Function definition with the same name parameter is not supported
  • The same name as the class constructor is not recommended (currently not removed, follow-up will be removed)
  • String , int , float , etc. These keywords can not be used as classes, interfaces, trait name used
  • func_get_arg / func_get_args get is the value of the current variable
  • Invalid octal number will produce a compilation error
  • preg_replace () no longer supports a matching pattern / e
  • Hexadecimal strings to digital converter have been removed
  • No longer supports static call an incompatible $ this context of non-static calls
  • Unsafe curl file uploads (use CurlFile instead)

// PHP5

curl_setopt (ch, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, array (

‘File’ => ‘@’ .realpath ( ‘image.png’ ),



// PHP7

curl_setopt (ch, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, [

‘File’ => new CURLFile (realpath ( ‘image.png’ )),


Some functions and options removed

set_magic_quotes_runtime ();

magic_quotes_runtime ();


// ( Use stream_set_blocking () instead)

set_socket_blocking ();


// ( Use mcrypt_generic_deinit () instead)

mcrypt_generic_end ();


// ( Use mcrypt_encrypt () and mcrypt_decrypt () instead)

mcrypt_ecb ();

mcrypt_cbc ();

mcrypt_cfb ();

mcrypt_ofb ();


// ( Use datefmt_set_timezone () or IntlDateFormatter :: setTimeZone () instead)

datefmt_set_timezone_id ();

IntlDateFormatter :: setTimeZoneID ();


// ( Use XSLTProcessor :: setSecurityPrefs () instead)

xsl.security_prefs; //php.ini


// ( Use php.input_encoding, php.internal_encoding and php.output_encoding instead)











// ( Use PEER_NAME instead)

CN_match; // SSL context Options

SNI_server_name; // SSL context options






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PHP development environment installation
PHP development environment installation

PHP Learning Environment

Learning PHP, we need to prepare for a possible support PHP runtime environment:

  1. PHP compiler: support the core PHP runs
  2. Apache Web server: to provide Web services, and supports PHP parsing
  3. MySQL Database: MySQL database operations for learning PHP
  4. Operating System: The default for personal PC, install Windows 2000 and above systems
  5. Editing Tools: EditPlus or IDE tools such as Zend Studio or Eclipse, etc.
  6. Browser: IE6 or later, Firefox latest version
  7. File storage location: E: html

Note: The file storage location is not certain, as long as your Apache Web server can be resolved to the line, in this setting is to be with XHTML + CSS tutorial consistent.


PHP installation

PHP official Download:

Download PHP Compiler download from the above address win32 compression package (currently Universal version 5.2.x), such as:, and extract it to a local hard disk, such as E: php5.

In E: php5 within files and directories as follows:

  • dev folder
  • ext folder
  • extras folder
  • PEAR folder
  • Some dll files, such as aspell-15.dll etc.
  • Some exe executable programs such as php.exe etc.
  • Type some text files such as php.ini-dist, etc.

After extracting the correct confirm the above, in accordance with the following steps:

1, first of all within the dll file php5 (including dll file ext folder) is copied to the system32 folder of Windows, such as C: WINDOWSsystem32. This step is to allow the system to get PHP running windows dll file, its significance with the specified system environment variables, but for simplicity, and the dll files are copied directly to the windows system directory.

Second, the “php.ini-dist” was renamed “php.ini”. php.ini PHP configuration information is recorded file. Open php.ini with an editor, the configuration inside the following format:

; Extension = php_bz2.dll

Preceded by “;” indicates that the configuration is invalid, so we want to front configuration items we need the “;” sign removed:

extension = php_curl.dll
extension = php_gd2.dll
extension = php_mysql.dll
extension = php_pdo.dll
extension = php_pdo_mysql.dll
extension = php_pdo_sqlite.dll

Like let PHP extension = php_gd2.dll expressed open support for the GD2 image library. Above these are more common configuration, most hosts are also supported.

Third, set the Extended Support directory

If you follow the above settings, the system still does not support expansion modules such as the prompt does not support mysql, etc., you can manually set the extension directory in the php.ini file:

extension_dir = "E: / php / ext"

Time Zone Settings

PHP from 5.1 introduces the concept of time zone is set, it will affect the time formatting and other functions, to confirm the time setting section php.ini file area as follows:

; Defines the default timezone used by the date functions
date.timezone = PRC

After setting, save, copy php.ini file to the Windows system folder as: under WINDOWS: C.

Top 10 Best PHP CMS
Top 10 Best PHP CMS


In my article I will show you top 10 PHP CMS to power up your website. CMS means a content management system. CMS is a web application that allows you to manage your pages, posts and your website design. These are made to store and retrieve huge amount of data from database. In the modern era of technology CMS are becoming more powerful to ease your website creation and managing tasks. I gathered information from top level CMS and created this top 10 PHP CMS to power up your website.


  1. WordPress, PHP CMS
Wordpress, Best PHP CMS
WordPress, PHP CMS

WordPress is the best CMS in the Internet world and also in my top 10 PHP CMS list. Matt Mullenweg and Mile Little developed it on 27th May 2003. WordPress is the easiest and most efficient content management system. WordPress users can easily manage their pages, posts, design, and plugins. It is very easy to change functionality and look without touching any piece of code in WordPress CMS. You can switch your website themes in a very easy way in WordPress appearance section. There are thousands of plugins as well as themes available. The WordPress users can extend the functionality of website like 1 2 3.


Using themes and different plugins you can simply change your website according to your specifications. You can change your website to social networking website. You can change your website to discussions site. You can add more power to your blog using extended widgets.

Strong Points

  • Totally User-friendly admin panel.
  • Easy to manage posts, pages and other content.
  • Easy to switch.
  • Thousands of Plugins.
  • Thousand of themes.
  • Huge community of developers.
  • Pretty much help and documentation available on the Internet.


  • Couple of security issues.
  • Many security vulnerabilities in a standard installation.
  • Overkill basic websites.
  • No official forum available to help users issues.



  1. Joomla
Joomla, Best PHP CMS
Joomla, PHP CMS

Joomla is on the 2nd in “top 10 PHP CMS to power up your website”. It is a powerful open source content management system. It enables you to create websites and web application. The Joomla Project Team developed it on 17th August 2005. Joomla has more than 2000000 very active users and contributors. It is the 2nd largest content management system. It uses MySQL to save information and it is based on object-oriented programming. Joomla users can easily create websites. Joomla has a lot of plugins and themes to customize the look and feel of your websites.

Strong Points

  • User authentication using OpenID, Google and many others.
  • More than 7500 extensions to extend the functionality.
  • Huge documentation.
  • Very active users and contributor community
  • Strong security.


  • The admin panel is not user-friendly.
  • Not very good themes are available compare to other CMS.
  • Overkill for simple websites.



  1. Drupal


Drupal is another very popular content management system powering millions high profile websites and web applications. It is an open source content management system. The Belgian Software programmer develops it in January 2001. It can store and retrieve information from MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, SQLite and PostgresSQL.


Drupal has active users and contributor community. It has well-organized documentation. By reading the documentation you can install, configure, modify and use Drupal. The documentation includes pretty much help for theme designers and developers, plugin designers and developers and more.


Drupal has more than 6,500 add-ons to extend its functionality according to your requirements. You don’t need to touch any code to change the functionality because there are a lot of modules to change or extend the functionalities.


Strong Points

  • Great community support.
  • IRC Channels for support.
  • Face to face meetings for support.
  • Drupal is highly extensible.
  • More than 6,500 add-ons.
  • Many companies offering paid support for Drupal website or web applications.


  • Lack of free high quality themes as compared to other content management systems.
  • Lack of commercial high quality themes as compared to other content management systems.
  • Overkill for simples sites
  • Overall Complicated theming system.





MODx is a free, open-source CMS. It is also a web application framework. MODx is used to create many online solutions. It is award-winning CMS. Managing content is really easy in MODx. It uses MySQL for storing data.


MODx is developer-friendly CMS and it is very easy to customize for PHP developers. MODx is also a designer-friendly. It has great theming functionality.


In MODx Modules or plugins are called “Extras”. MODx users can install Extras within the admin panel.

Strong Points

  • Powerful content management system.
  • Standard coding.
  • Very useful in search engine optimization.
  • Easy maintenance.
  • Freedom for designers to implement the design.
  • Freedom for developers to implement code.


  • Not fit for small projects.
  • Lack of themes compares to other CMSs.
  • Lack of extensions compares to other CMSs.





  1. CMS Made Simple
CMS Made Simple, PHP Best CMS
CMS Made SImple, PHP CMS

CMS made Simple ranked at 5th Position in our top 10 best PHP CMS list. Ted Kulp developed it on 28 July 2012 as a content management system and community. It uses MySQL database for storing information. It uses PHP template engine Smarty for its template system.


CMS Made Simple is the faster and easier management of website content. This is scalable for small and large corporations.


Strong Points

  • Easy to install.
  • Fast and easy management.
  • SEO Friendly.
  • Customizable themes.
  • Good Help and support
  • Many add-ones.


  • Memory Intensive.
  • Lack of quality themes.
  • There is a performance issue.
  • Slow speed for large websites.




  1. ExpressionEngine, PHP CMS
ExpressionEngine, Best PHP CMS
ExpressionEngine, PHP CMS

ExpressionEngine is a commercial and open-source content management system. It is built on CodeIgniter. ExpressionEngine and CodeIgniter both are products of EllisLab. There are a lot of websites built on Express Engine CMS.


There are not many plugins and extensions. ExpressionEngine have 22 modules and 100 official plugins only. But, the modules and plugins are most likely to be used. It has wiki, discussion forum, member management, eCommerce, mailing list and more plugins and modules.


Strong Points

  • Paid Support System.
  • Powerful member management.
  • Better Security.
  • Designers-Friendly.


  • Expensive for commercial websites.
  • Overkill simple and smaller sites.
  • Lack of modules and plugins.




  1. PyroCMS, CodeIgniter Based PHP CMS

PyroCMS is open-source content management system. It is built on CodeIgniter. It is a modular CMS. It is very lightweight and customizable system. It is perfect for CodeIgniter developers to kick-start their projects. It has a cleaner codebase.


There are many features that make PyroCMS a very powerful for your website. It has a very easy theme and plugins development. It is really a developer friendly CMS.


Strong Points

  • Easier Theme Development.
  • Based on MVC.
  • Easy to extend.
  • Great Admin Panel.


  • Lack of Quality themes.
  • Lack of Plugins and modules.
  • Not Blog Friendly.




  1. Contao, PHP CMS
Contao, Best PHP CMS
Contao, PHP CMS

Contao has a great user interface. It uses Ajax and Web 2.0 features to improve user usability. It has advanced content editing feature. Contao users can edit multiple records at once.


Contao has many built-in modules. It is perfect for medium and large websites. It has a flexible form generator, built-in file manager, built-in newsletter module, built-in calendar module and many others.


Strong Points

  • Designer-friendly.
  • Impressive built-in modules.


  • Lack of quality themes.
  • Less Documentation.
  • Lack of tutorials.




  1. Concrete5, PHP CMS
Concrete5, Best PHP CMS
Concrete5, PHP CMS

Concrete5 is a powerful content management system. It is also a framework for developing web applications. Designer websites using Concrete5 is very easy. You can customize theme styles without touching any piece of code. It is easy to create your own theme if you are familiar with HTML and CSS.


Concrete5 allow user to edit website content directly form rather than going to the admin section and it makes concrete5 very user-friendly for non-technical users. Concrete5 follows best practices in terms of security.


Strong Points

  • Easy to convert HTML to concrete5 website.
  • Active users and developers community.
  • Paid business-class hosting + support package.


  • Lack of quality themes.
  • Less Documentation.
  • Lack of tutorials.
  • Plugins are costly.
  • Incomplete documentation.
  • Workflow still I development.
  • Paid support is costly if you do not host with them.




  1. CushyCMS
CushyCMS, Best CMS

CushyCMS is hosted CMS in our top 10 PHP CMS list. It is a new approach to consent management system. Editing a site is very easy with CushyCMS like using a word processor. All common icons are on top of the editing window.


Strong Points

  • Easy content management.
  • Suitable free plan.
  • Very easy to get started.


  • Lack of quality themes.
  • Less Documentation.
  • Lack of tutorials.
  • Paid plans are costly if you are not using it for multiple websites.
  • Email support is not for free version.
  • Too basic for large websites.




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best php framework laravel
best php framework laravel

Top 10 Best PHP frameworks

I welcome you to my new article top 10 best PHP frameworks to build web applications. PHP stands for Hypertext Processor. PHP is a major programming language for web development. It is easy and advance programming language. Majority website on the Internet are based on PHP programming language.


To make development easier and more efficient programmers use PHP frameworks to build websites. Using frameworks you can create web-based applications easier, quicker, and safer than core PHP. In my article I will help you to choose the best PHP framework for you. Choosing a wrong framework before building your web application can cause you serious issues and choosing a right framework before developing web application can save you a lot of time and other resources. A right framework can defiantly gear up your RIA development.

There are a lot of frameworks in the market. It is a really difficult job of selecting a right framework for your website development. I have researched honestly and gathered the top 10 best PHP frameworks for you. You can compare the web application requirements with listed frameworks and simply you can choose one framework for you.

You can compare the web application requirements with listed frameworks and simply you can chose one framework for your web application. Remember one thing in choosing a framework that there are always advantages and disadvantages. So every frameworks have advantages as well as disadvantages.

List of Best PHP Frameworks


  1. Laravel PHP Framework
best php framework laravel
best php framework laravel

According to my research larval framework is the best PHP framework in the history of PHP. Larval is a free and open source PHP framework. It is based on MVC. The best thing in Laravel is very well organized documentation for developers. You can produce the best results using Laravel framework. Larval is perfect for all kinds of web applications, small or bigger Websites. Larval syntax is very expressive that will help you code with more efficiently. Larval is good to manage third party packages like MySQL, SQL Server, SQL lite and postgresSQL.

  1. Codeigniter PHP Framework
Codeigniter php framework
Best PHP framework codeigniter

Codeigniter is powerful and one of best PHP frameworks. It is very easy to use. No configuration is required to use Codeigniter. Just download and start developing amazing web applications. The coordinator is based on MVC. Codeigniter powers mostly known web applications. Codeigniter framework is awesome for agile web application development. Codeigniter is a good example of “Write less do more”. If you want to spend more time away from your computer than Codeigniter is the best option for you. It’s a framework with a small footprint.

  1. Cake PHP Framework
cake php best php framework
Best php framework cake php

Cake PHP is on number 3 in my top 10 best PHP frameworks to build Applications. Cake PHP is a rapid PHP development framework. Cake PHP is really helpful to keep your web application very safe and very secure. Major features are Input validation, CSRF protection, SQL injection prevention and XSS prevention. Cake PHP helps you to make web applications much easier and faster. Write less and do more the best thing in Cake PHP framework.

  1. Symfony 2 PHP Framework
symfony 2 best php framework
best php framework symfony 2

Symfony 2 is the best framework to speed up development of the website. It is very well documented, Free under MIT license and getting more popular day by day. Many popular websites, Content management systems and forums are powered by the symfony. The popular CMS Drupal powered by symfony as well as most used forum script on the Internet phpBB is used Symfony.

  1. Phalcon Framework



Phalcon built on C, but offered PHP extension. Falcon is fastest framework in my list. Phalcon offers no compromise in speed. Phalcon offers high performance and lower resource consumption. Phalcon is capable to save processor time and boost performance. If you are looking for fast and high performance framework then Phalcon is best choice for you.


  1. Yii PHP Framework


Yii-Framework Best PHP framework
Yii Best PHP Framework


Yii is a high performance and professional and best PHP framework. If you are looking to develop web 2.0 then Yii is the best choice for you. Yii helps you to write clean and re-usable code. Yii has a powerful caching feature. Best Yii Features are MVC, caching, user role based control, authenticating, scaffolding, testing, DAO/ActiceRecords, l18N/l10N and many more. Yii is perfect for developing a social media website. Yii can simply save your time. Yii is good at security. It comes with input validation, XSS Prevention, SQL Injection Prevention and Output filtering.


  1. Zend Framework 2
Zend Framework PHP Best Framework
PHP Best framework Zend Framework

I am using Zend framework for last 2 years and I am really satisfied with its performance. It is one the leading PHP frameworks. Zend is a good PHP framework for developing web applications using object-oriented programming. It is really a powerful framework. Zend framework is a lightweight and easily customizable framework.

  1. Aura PHP Framework



PHP Best Framework Aura PHP Project
Aura PHP Best framework

If you are looking for clean code, truly independent packages and fully decoupled libraries then Arua is the best framework for you to go further. Quite a lot of developers are using aura. Aura is quite similar to Cake PHP. Best features are formal namespaces, late static building, anonymous functions, trails, short syntax and many more.


  1. Kohana PHP Framework



Kohana PHP Best Framework
PHP best Framework Kohana

Kohana is elegant and beautiful PHP framework designed for those who need rich features in their web applications. Kohana allows you to create web application quickly. It has many common components: Translation tools, code profiling, database access, encryptions, validations and many more. Kohana is a very fast PHP framework. It is well optimized for real world usage.

  1. Fuel PHP



PHP Best Framework Fuel PHP
Fuel PHP Best PHP Framework

Fuel PHP is the last framework in my top 10 PHP framework list. Fuel PHP is the simple yet flexible framework. Fuel PHP is an MVC framework and has the full support of HMVC. You can extend almost every core class without touching any code. Security is always important that’s why Fuel PHP enables output encoding to make it secure. Fuel PHP is good in preventing XSS and SQL Injection attacks. Fuel PHP comes with Input validation and query builder to assist you in preventing SQL Injection attacks.
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