What is CakePHP?
It makes building web applications simpler, faster, while requiring less code. A modern PHP 7 framework offering a flexible database access layer and a powerful scaffolding system.
CakePHP is a tool in the Frameworks (Full Stack) category of a tech stack.
CakePHP is an open source tool with 8.4K GitHub stars and 3.5K GitHub forks. Here’s a link to CakePHP's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses CakePHP?
272 companies reportedly use CakePHP in their tech stacks, including Swat.io, Deloitte, and Walls.io.
314 developers on StackShare have stated that they use CakePHP.
PHP, Laravel, Symfony, KeyCDN, and Raygun are some of the popular tools that integrate with CakePHP. Here's a list of all 11 tools that integrate with CakePHP.
Pros of CakePHP
Really rapid framework
Good code organization
Security best practices
Convention Over Configuration
Ctp view File extension
Rest Full Apis
- Use code generation and scaffolding features to rapidly build prototypes
- No complicated XML or YAML files. Just setup your database and you're ready to bake
- Instead of having to plan where things go, CakePHP comes with a set of conventions to guide you in developing your application
- The things you need are built-in. Translations, database access, caching, validation, authentication, and much more are all built into one of the original PHP MVC frameworks
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