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Hi Simone:

Could you be a bit more specific with the scope of your project? The
framework to chose would depend upon what exactly you are trying to
accomplish.

Thanks,

Dave

On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 2:35 PM, Simone Q. Vuong <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>  Has anyone explored using *PHP* with a framework -- I'm considering the *
> Yii* framework for PHP -- and/or *Ruby on Rails*?
>
> Could you tell me:
>
>    - what you are using it for,
>     - your pros and cons for using either,
>     - easy of use,
>     - the availability of resources for learning and trouble-shooting,
>     - references you highly recommend, and
>    - anything else you find relevant.
>
>
> Thank you kindly.
>
> Simone Vuong
> Health Studies Section
>
>


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