I would recommend Zend Framework, it's a very powerful php framework.
However, if you can do what do you want with a CMS like Wordpress, Joomla
or Concrete5 that will be a better way to go.
2012/3/2 Pat <patrick.j.rice at gmail.com>
> Hi all
> I'm wondering, what's the fastest and easiest way to develop a site using
> FOSS tools?, and what I mean by site is
>> user name Login
> Database driven
> easily administrable
>> I'm thinking more along the lines of a framework where your not tied to a
> specific platform. It would be great if people could cite examples.
> I not wanting people all to list Drupal etc. , I'm looking at a lower
> level, e.g. PHP rails etc.?
>> This is more of a discussion question.
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