A framework is not absolutely necessary: it is “just” one of the tools that is available to help you develop better and faster!
A framework should be :
- Make speed development possible
- Provide well-organized, reusable and maintainable code
- Let you grow over time as web apps running on frameworks are scale-able
- Spare you from the worries about low-level security of a site
- Follow the MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern that ensures the separation of presentation and logic
- Promote modern web development practices such as object-oriented programming tools
Top Best Framework : Laravel
So, here ew are going to list down the features of Laravel
- Composer : Laravel 4 depends a lot of a number of external packages for its functionality. To do this, it is using Composer as a dependency manager. Why does this matter to you? For starters it makes it extremely easy to get a new laravel project set up
- Artisan : The command line is a very powerful tool for any developer. With Artisan, Laravel expands into being able to use the command line to run many different tasks. Just by typing PHP
Artisanin your terminal window, you are opened up to multiple options
- Database Migrations & Seeds : One pain point for me when I am developing an application is how to keep my database in sync between my development machines. With Laravel database migrations, it is extreemly easy. After a long day of work, I may have made a lot of changes to the database and, in my option, MySQL Workbench is not a great way to sync databases between my development machines.
- Restful Routing : This is by far one of the best things in laravel. If you do not know what REST is, check this tutorial out to get more information. Laravel makes it very nice in the way it uses verbs for its routes.