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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2015 10:54 pm 
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Hey guys,

I want to tell you guys about new PHP MVC Framework. It's very simple to install and is currently being used by 4 sites. It was incepted on 9/14/2015. It's very easy to install and easy to update the base (Less worry about the main code). Since it's brand new it will improve regularly, so be expected to create a batch or bash file and set crontab/task schedule to update every day.
It supports 5.4 and later and it would be great to get some support!
Check it out at:

https://github.com/juliarLang/juliarICE

Follow instructions, right below.
Thanks for your time!


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:13 am 
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This looks like a very early alpha release. The basic functionality is mostly there, but it looks pretty bare bones. Who is the intended market here? The code looks pretty dated -- singletons, statics, no namespacing -- but still uses composer (despite the framework having zero dependencies). Looks a lot like old CodeIgniter.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2015 8:22 pm 
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Thanks for the feedback! At this point, it is a bit outdated. I will try to get it updated asap! What dependencies should it have?


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Specific dependencies aren't necessarily all that important. What makes more sense to me is not reinventing the wheel and instead devoting your effort to the code that will make your framework stand out. We don't need another router, or another ORM, for example. There are many very robust options from which to choose. Makes more sense to use one of those and build on top of them. Keep that kind of thinking in mind as you add functionality; what do you need to build vs. what existing solutions can you leverage.

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