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07-30-2005, 03:28 AM
Join Date: Jul 2005
PRADO looks very interesting. I haven't seen it before, but I'm going to keep an eye on it and maybe even try it out with a few simple apps. Thanks for the info!
I have developed my own framework over the years, but it's difficult and cumbersome to keep a huge, complex set of classes and rules updated and secure all alone! Although, I'm using my framework and variants of it in a large number of sites - from complex intranet apps to high volume web sites - so it's not exactly something I'll be letting go of anytime soon. :)
I usually steer clear of PEAR; not that it's a bad thing, but requiring PEAR on the server and all packages updated just gives me a bad rub. While my classes are nowhere near JAVA-like strictness and lab quality OOP methodology, they are fast, safe, and dead easy to implement.
I've actually thought about GPL'ing my template class to foster interest and improve it. I fear the direction it might take, though, as well as the fact that I'm using it in a number of systems and is part of a valuable asset for my company.
Who knows though, if there was enough interest for a single file, simplicity of implementation oriented template class (think rFastTemplate) I would begin to consider it a bit more seriously. :)
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