3) Swat – Developed by silverorange, Swat is an open source web application toolkit built with PHP.
7) Dynamic Drive CSS Library – Here you’ll find original, practical CSS codes and examples such as CSS menus to give your site a visual boast.
8) PEAR – A framework and distribution system for reusable PHP components. PEAR provides the above mentioned PHP components in the form of so called “Packages”.
9) DHTML Goodies – A good sized library of DHTML and AJAX scripts.
I should thank Cameron Olthuis for the above post
well few more frame works are missing on the above list, I would like to add few more Dojo Toolkit, Adobe Ajax toolkit, Google Toolkit
The only problem I face as a developer, Which one is the right framework for me or my project.
options are too good, Imagine a situation where
- developer will love one framework for his ease
- Designer likes the other for the effects
- and my Team Manager Loves it for functionality
- Oops, do I have my choice
Absolutely no way
You can even say depending on my size and complexity of the project and the choice of platform ( the programming language ) I could make my choice, Absolutely true.
Most of time, when you combine frameworks you land on a mess with incompatability or memory leaks or awful effects because of the content heavyness it would slow down the who page look shabby.
Kindly Note: All we need is a better exposure to the frameworks and little more time to excercise and play it with caution. The whole thing is that I could be Wrong because I had lot of options of different frameworks and I couldn’t lay hands on all of them. I can’t be JACK of all trades. May be I should like the statement