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    Lightbulb Simple PHP Framework? [NEED TUTORIALS]


    So I'm a former designer and I know javascript and HTML and I want to create a small website with a couple of pages (basically it will be a javascript game, so there has to be a backend for it too).
    I have some familiarity with PHP but I never did any serious coding so I'm looking for an easy to learn quick framework that would help my needs. I googled a bit and found this PHPixie framework tutorial:

    phpixie.com/tutorials/learn-phpixie-in-30-minutes/

    I've gone through it and it seems simple enough. But I don't want to start doing something before i consider all options. What PHP framework (besides PHPixie) would you recommend me to have a look into?

    I'm definately not inetrested in large ones like Zend etc.
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    From what your looking for, it seems a good amount of this one may be HTML, and a GET/POST to reference the selected game. The backend will probably just build a list of added game from MySQL and give you an add/remove option? Am I right with my guesses?
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    I'd go with Kohana and you can find lot's of tutorials for it to. That one you found seems ok too, You should try first, then see how it goes
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    I found this article useful.
    http://davidjconnelly.wordpress.com/2011/07/03/the-best-php-framework-of-2011/
    (Although 2011 is in the URL, it was updated in 2012.)
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