I find framework rather pointless, most add layers of abstractions where they do not need to be added. Others pile on more than needs to be added. Whatever the case I've never found a useful PHP framework.
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Village Idiot, i have made a firefoxplugin that highlights words that are more important so if you fast read you will see
the important words and might have an idea on what the text is about so you don't have to be reading the whole thing but the plugin is in beta still, and the color mix might not be that good but i have to follow a color Schema, because not all colors attracts the eye to the word etc..
That's a pretty neat Firefox plugin, codefreak!
Anyway, I've tried CodeIgniter and CakePHP but I've never been able to figure them out completely. I have been piecing together my own mini-framework together but MVC has clicked with either, so it's just a plain helper based system.
WebGear is the framework of my choice. Mainly, because it's written by myself, and secondly, because I don't appreciate low quality coding. It just makes the whole programmers community look bad because they're too busy being arrogant, they forgot to learn anything from 2002 until now.
I have optimistic thoughts, even though sometimes (if not always) life's a bitch.