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I am so damn happy right now 😁! Finally I 🎉 released 🎉my own PHP Framework after countless sleepless nights. I'm happy that I want to spend more time looking at my open source project, surfing on same pages than going to bed. LOL! 🤣

Anyway if you're interested please pay a visit on the link below. I will humbly ask your support—a few stars and forks will keep me motivated 🔥 on improving my project. Thank you everyone!

When it comes to PHP frameworks one is forced to choose not the best one, but the least evil.
https://framework.jinexus.com

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  • 2
    Great work! Will check out 😊
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    @ScriptCoded Thank you, I appreciate it. :) Now I can finally sleep.
  • 1
    Congratz!
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    congratulations! :D
    You put so much effort in building it! So I find it a little bit sad that you put so little effort in selling your work, you`re rightfully to be proud of.

    What is the goal of your framework? What problem does it solve? Why should we use it? What benefits have your features.
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    First 🌟

    Good luck, will sure look at it, asap
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    @heyheni Thank you! I admit that it does only solve a simple MVC architecture and can't compete with big frameworks out there yet however I only have one goal at the moment with my framework and it is to code it clean with right design patterns applied. I'm not there yet but don't worry I will put more effort on improving it. I have so many things in my mind to add on my framework, like DB Adapter, ORM, template engine, etc. The project is open source and there are tons of rooms for improvement. I will make sure we will get there, I just want it to be open to the public and hear their thoughts about the source code maybe they have better idea that I don't know.

    Anyway greatness doesn't happen overnight. It comes with those countless sleepless overnights.

    And about my homepage, I don't like to bloat my home page with to many text that's why I only sarcastically put there, "When it comes to any frameworks one is forced to choose not the best one, but the least evil." LOL 🤣
  • 2
    Whoa, this looks cool. I’ve never used PHP frameworks before but this may be my first.
  • 1
    "The fact that I don't believe that I'm better than anyone else gives me an inevitable sense of superiority."

    I like this quote of yours 🤣
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    @CodeBlooded Don't add things like DB wrapper, ORM etc., please just don't. There is A LOT of these which do their job done in a right way and there is no need to create another one unless you have some killer feature which is totally unique from the others. Just make sure your framework can integrate already existing libraries as easy as possible.
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    lretty dope, though I rhave to be realistic.
    while it does have some place in smaller webapps, it's becoming a bit of the same problem with JS... so much frameworks to choose form, you can't see the forst due to all the trees...

    I'll be sure to chheck it out, but I'll stick to CakePHP
  • 1
    Great job! I will check that out.
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    @FinlayDaG33k Yeah, I can tell that its not really a full stack framework, part of its goal is to be as minimalist as possible. I would appreciate it if you would try it on some small web app. Thank you for your feedback. 😁
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    @hitzoR No worries if I add it I'll make sure its decoupled and not required to avoid bloatware. I have to work on for the event manager, http response, DI container and service manager which is more important than anything else. After that the rest can be integrated on the framework. I'm quite excited now. 😉
  • 1
    lovely design, clean and efficient :)
  • 1
    Great job! Will check it out later
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    @xewl Thanks, I appreciate it. Expect more improvement in the future. The main goal is to make it as minimalist as possible and bloatware free.
  • 1
    Looks great, starred!
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    After accumulating 10 years of PHP experience, with at least 8 being with battle-tested MVC frameworks (Yii, Cake, Symfony, Laravel, and maybe something else)...
    I was going to play the devil's advocate here, but when looking for some reference reading, I found a much better response on Reddit, related to what I'd like to say. In essence, it's awesome to see someone is eager to learn how MVC and frameworks function (and do it in practice), but I don't see the release of that as "open source work" as very healthy (except for your own curriculum), because you're reinventing the wheel.

    Check the whole response: https://reddit.com/r/PHP/...
  • 1
    Congratulations nothing like that feeling of completion. I'll check it out.
  • 1
    @igorsantos07 Indeed, but if I can find a better way to make a wheel, I don't see anything wrong with it. We don't have many way of knowing how high up the ladder the design of the wheel is until we understand a better way of making one.
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    Will surely check it out.
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    @iamavalos Thanks for the feedback. I am improving it. Part of my next updates are containers and service managers so I can easily integrate Blade templates or any packages that we want to add on like Doctrine, etc.
  • 2
    Congrats! I'll take a look!
  • 1
    Congratulations!! 🎉🎊 I already looked at your project its awesome. Btw did you use bootstrap for your website ? I like the design minimal, peaceful and easy to use.
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    @GurvirBhogal yeah I'm currently using the Bootstrap 4 docs.css. Thank you for your kind words, I hope you starred it to keep you updated for the future improvements. 😉
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