A Practical Comparison of Agile Web Frameworks: Presentation in video

Hello, This is the presentation in my university of this project: A practical comparison of agile web frameworks: Rails, Grails, Django and CodeIgniter under a test. In this presentation I show: – Previous comparisons of web frameworks – The objetives of the project – The methodology that I followed to compare the web frameworks: Basically,… Continue reading A Practical Comparison of Agile Web Frameworks: Presentation in video

Comparison of the ease of learning of Web Frameworks: Rails, Grails, Django and CodeIgniter

This article compares the ease of learning of web frameworks: Rails, Grails, Django and CodeIgniter based on the experience of learning how to use the framework and developing a toy application, MyBlog, in fixed time. More details about this test can be found here. Points of comparison will be timing, documentation, community support, steps to execute common functions, some features, lines of code and readability of solutions.[[…]]

Comparison of programming languages: Ruby, Groovy, Python and PHP

This article is part of a comparison of web frameworks which tries to measure the ease of learning and development for several web frameworks(Rails, Grails, Django and CodeIgniter) with a practical test. In order to learn Ruby, Groovy, Python and PHP, 8 hours were invested in reading documentation and a set of exercises were implemented.… Continue reading Comparison of programming languages: Ruby, Groovy, Python and PHP

Wähner categorization and comparison of web frameworks

Wähner published a more neutral web framework comparison through defining types of web applications and assigning a web framework to them. The web frameworks in the comparison are: Grails Lift Struts Spring JSF Tapestry Wicket Roma ZK Vaadin GWT JavaFX Flex In figure 1, types of applications are exposed. CRUD client makes reference to a… Continue reading Wähner categorization and comparison of web frameworks

A Web framework comparison: Matt Raible’s opinion

Matt Raible has been presenting java web frameworks(Ruby is included) comparisons since 2007. Last presentation was at JFokus 2012. His presentations have been highly criticized due to the lack of objectivity. He says it is his opinion. It is important to remember that comparing web frameworks is still not a established discipline and neutrality has… Continue reading A Web framework comparison: Matt Raible’s opinion

Web frameworks comparison: A model

I have been reading different web frameworks comparisons. The most accurate I have found is a little bit old, 2008, and it is part of a project by Polytechnic University of Madrid now abandoned. This article was written by José Ignacio Fernández-Villamor, Laura Díaz-Casillas and Carlos Á. Iglesias. It can be found here. It is… Continue reading Web frameworks comparison: A model