Posts Tagged ‘ PHP ’

Comparing Propel and Doctrine

I’ve recently decided to make the switch to Doctrine as the ORM of choice for any new PHP projects we work on. I didn’t make this decision lightly as, until now, I have been a long time user and advocate of Propel having given talks on it at PHP conferences and even a webinar or two. So why the change? That’s really not significant, what is significant is I think I can give a very quick punchlist of things about each that other PHP’er might find useful when evaluating them for themselves. Propel Pros – First, let’s be clear...

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Moving On

My guess is this will largely go un-noticed but I felt a formal blog post was in order for announcing my decision to stop contributing to AptitudeCMS and Geeklog.

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