That's a very broad and objective question, for one it depends on you
current skills (or the skills of the people you are employing). Choice
of framework and coding language is going to be determined by the skills
available to you.
If it's a reasonable project I would advise you take a long term view
and primarily think of what will be required to maintain the site. Often
'fastest and easiest' in the short term means expensive and slow to
adapt in the long term.
The type of project you are working on will also determine suitability.
For example a CMS type framework like Drupal might suit one project but
GWT may be better for another.
Wiki provides a list of frameworks
On 02/03/2012 10:46, Pat wrote:
> 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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