Symfony + MySql, SQLLite etc = better than rails... but then I would
say that after writing an emergency assets db app in 23 min flat.
Okay now that I have started a flame war, I'll go and watch the last sopranos :)
P.S. Rails is just as good if not better
On 6/10/07, J. Pablo Fernández <pupeno at pupeno.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 2007-06-01 at 19:27 +0100, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> > I'm thinking of a MySQL database with a home-grown PHP input application,
>> If I'd take that route, I'd make a home-grown Ruby on Rails input
> application. It is likely to be finished much sooner than the PHP one
> (and be much cooler). Not trying to start a flame war, it is just that
> Rails is close to optimal for CRUD.
> J. Pablo Fernández <pupeno at pupeno.com>
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