PHP

PHP is a general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited to server-side web development, in which case PHP generally runs on a web server. Any PHP code in a requested file is executed by the PHP runtime, usually to create dynamic web page content or dynamic images used on websites or elsewhere.

CodeIgniter Framework

CodeIgniter is a PHP MVC framework used for developing web applications rapidly. CodeIgniter provides out of the box libraries for connecting to the database and performing various operations like sending emails, uploading files, managing sessions, etc.

CorePHP

Core PHP is a fundamental programming language, use of core PHP is for the creation of dynamic web pages. Core PHP does not need a framework, it works without any extra library, so it is important to learn the core principle of PHP programming for creating dynamic web pages.

Zend Framework

Zend Framework is a collection of professional PHP packages with more than 570 million installations. It can be used to develop web applications and services using PHP 5.6+, and provides 100% object-oriented code using a broad spectrum of language features.

PHP MVC

PHP MVC is an application design pattern that separates the application data and business logic (model) from the presentation (view). MVC stands for Model, View & Controller. The controller mediates between the models and views. Think of the MVC design pattern as a car and the driver.

Laravel

Laravel is an open-source PHP framework, which is robust and easy to understand. It follows a model-view-controller design pattern. Laravel reuses the existing components of different frameworks which helps in creating a web application. The web application thus designed is more structured and pragmatic.

CakePHP

CakePHP is a free, open-source, rapid development framework for PHP. It's a foundational structure for programmers to create web applications. Our primary goal is to enable you to work in a structured and rapid manner–without loss of flexibility. CakePHP takes the monotony out of web development.

Symfony

Symfony is an open source PHP framework with MVC architecture. It is one of the most popular application frameworks among the open source developers' community. It is used to build high-performance complex web applications.

Phalcon

Phalcon is introduced as one of the recent frameworks of PHP, developed by a group of enthusiastic developers. Phalcon is a loosely coupled framework, which means it allows its objects to be treated like glue components, based on the needs of application. It is a full stack open source framework.

Yii

Yii is a high-performance, component-based PHP framework for developing large-scale Web applications rapidly. It enables maximum reusability in Web programming and can significantly accelerate your Web application development process. The name Yii (pronounced Yee or [ji:] ) is an acroynym for "Yes It Is!".

Aura

The Aura DI package provides a dependency injection container system with native support for constructor- and setter-based injection, lazy-loading of services, and inheritable configuration of setters and constructor params. The Aura Filter package provides tools to validate and sanitize data objects and arrays.

Fat-Free

The software seeks to combine a full featureset with a lightweight code base while being easy to learn, use and extend. ... Commonly called F3 by PHP developers, Fat-Free was released as free software in 2009. Its general architecture was influenced by Ruby's Sinatra.

Kohana

Kohana is an elegant, open source, and object oriented HMVC framework built using PHP5, by a team of volunteers. It aims to be swift, secure, and small. Released under a BSD license, Kohana can be used legally for any open source, commercial, or personal project.

FuelPHP

FuelPHP is an open-source web application framework written in PHP which implements the HMVC pattern.

Slim

Slim is a PHP micro framework that helps you quickly write simple yet powerful web applications and APIs. At its core, Slim is a dispatcher that receives an HTTP request, invokes an appropriate callback routine, and returns an HTTP response. That's it.