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HelloBaze128266dI'd rather use Laravel.
sharktits4218566dHow about vue for frontend and literally anything but php for backend tho
C0D42333666dDon’t use codeignitor!
Just use symphony and gain some performance and reliability.
Considering Ci is actually built on symphony anyway.
Sometimes I wonder why companies create frameworks on top of other frameworks.
Challenge yourself to learn something new. Learn Elixir, use the Phoenix Framework for the backend and Elm for the frontend. Beautifully fast and functional stack.
Akka with Scala.All Hail Scala!
cursee1585866dLaravel + Vue
Well... Lavarel then... But has so many depencies ...
I'll stick to codeigniter to start, looks a lot simpler.
You must remember that I only have basic knowledge of html, js, php and css.
Already made a mockup of what I want in basic html + css, let's just go slow....
I can always change to lavarel on the next project.
As for frontend I really like Vue, spend two days researching and really like how easy it is
cursee1585865d@RodrigoF good. Although I suggested laravel, your thinking is correct. I learned CI first as well. Easier to understand laravel later.
Just make sure to do the switch in future.
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