If you want advice about suitability you should be more specific about
the project goals and requirements. What is the project and who's going
to do it (is it personal or are you using a team).
On 02/03/2012 12:24, Pat wrote:
> Thanks all for responding
>> Yes I agree it an open question and daft question, but it was mean to be.
>> I agree with the CMS as the way to go, but you do loose your ability to
> customise your software?
>> Going native and using PHP/Java/Perl etc, you have the control of your
> own destiny in one regard, but the Development time is the killer.
>> Then the Framework should site in the middle, but skills wise your
> pushing both now PHP and cake or Zend or Ruby on Rails, so your starting
> to have two angles to be attacked on Framework skills plus PHP or PERL
> or RUBY etc.
>> Again comments and opinions
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