Yeah I considered making MVC available but I think I'm going to stick
to the form it's in now.  There are a lot of MVC frameworks that do
their thing much better than I could. :)

--Jeremy

On Jan 5, 2008 2:22 PM, James Britt <james.britt / gmail.com> wrote:
> Jeremy McAnally wrote:
>
> >
> > The concentration here is similar to what PHP _should_ be used for:
> > template centric development.  I'll eventually add things like
> > layouts, caching, cookies, sessions, etc, but I'm not going to go to a
> > "full fledged" MVC-optional, super framework like these guys.  Simple
> > and speedy is good!
>
>
> Interesting; what attracted me to Nitro and Ramaze is that you can, if
> you like, write apps in a PHP-like style (all one file, or a main logic
> file and some templates), and that MVC was completely optional.
>
> (I think Nitro was the only Web framework that allowed for a Hello,
> World one-liner example you could type and execute right from the
> command line.)
>
>
>
> --
> James Britt
>
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>
>



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