Well – Gained Fame
Ladies and gentlemen, let’s give a warm welcome to our favourite… PHP! Yes, that’s true – PHP is currently the most popular server – side scripting language in the world! And it is really worth mentioning that it has evolved tremendously since the first inline code snippets appeared in static HTML files.
Needless to say, developers build very complex websites and apps these days. But we all know that above a certain complexity level, it is way too time – consuming to always start from scratch. That’s exactly where a PHP framework cuts in and provides its own, more intuitive way.
In the world of web development, PHP web frameworks have an ecosystem completely of their own unique nature. In fact, they are used to build websites and web applications of all sizes and complexity, ranging from small static websites to large-scale enterprise content management systems.
In Short, PHP Frameworks Are Awesome Because:
- They make faster development possible
- They strictly follow the MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern that ensures the separation of presentation and logic
- Provide you with well organized, reusable and maintainable code
- Let you grow over time as web apps running on frameworks are scalable
- Increase security on your website
- Promote modern web development practices, such as object-oriented programming tools
If there could be one sentence describing them, it would be ‘PHP framework makes web development fun’. We would add ‘…and you – more productive’.
There is a reason why these are the most popular frameworks: they promote very modern web development practices and make it possible to build websites and web applications of all sizes and complexities. Let me introduce you to some of them in a close – up.
Zend framework is considered on top of the list of the greatest PHP frameworks of all time. Packed with a lot of configuration options, it’s usually not recommended for small projects, but really excellent for more complex ones. It is mirrored in its partnership – Zend is a partner of IBM, Microsoft, Google and Adobe.
This framework goes well with a variety of translation adapters. Almost half of them utilize an XML format, incurring memory and performance overhead. Fortunately, there are several adapters that utilize other formats that can be parsed much quicker. These include CSV, INI and Gettext (.po and .pot) – all of which are compatible with Text United.
Laravel is widely popular within large scale web application development. It’s built to be simple, easy to learn and supportive of rapid application development. And this is exactly the way it is! The rich set of features will bring any large scale project to life within days and we do not intend to exaggerate here! Its ecosystem has quickly grown along with a supportive community and consequently, lots of tutorials and other learning resources available.
CakePHP makes building web applications simpler and faster while requiring less code at the same time. This modern PHP 7 framework offers a flexible database access layer and a powerful scaffolding system. That’s a lot and it does make building both small and complex systems simpler.
CakePHP is around for more than a decade, but it’s still among the most popular PHP frameworks, as it has always managed to keep up with time. The latest version, CakePHP 3.0 enhanced session management, improved modularity by decoupling several components and increased the ability to create more standalone libraries.
Symfony aims at building robust applications in an enterprise context. It gives developers total control over the configuration, as from the directory structure to the foreign libraries, almost everything can be customized in here! The components of the framework are used by many impressive projects such as Drupal content management system, phpBB forum software and even Laravel. Symfony ecosystem consists of large set of reusable components, vibrant and active community, the framework itself and what’s maybe the most important – philosophy of taking PHP to the next level.
It is all in step 1: Create translation resources (files) for each supported locale that translate each message in the application.Truly, translations can become available by using language files stored in the application. For example, the default format for translation files of CakePHP is the Gettext format, while Symfony uses xliff files.
All of these standardised resource file formats are supported by Text United and can be translated easily separating your code from the actual content. After the translation is finished, the translated file is generated and you just import it back into your project in the appropriate locations.