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adodb, smarty and mojavi

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hi,

i have to do a medium sized project using php. i'm new to php but i
quite like the model-view-controller pattern.
so i was thinking to use the following combination of frameworks:
mojavi, smarty and adodb. since i haven't gog any expirience at all with
those frameworks i have got a cuple of questions:

a) is this a common combination of frameworks for a medium sized
application?

b) can i run this combination on a apache 2 webserver?

c) are those frameworks well developed or are they still buggy (meaning:
not very stable)?
i have also got a question about the database. i'm wondering if i should
use a normal mysql database with innodb tables or if i should use an
alternativ like postgresql or maxdb

i think that's all for the moment i would really appreciate it if
somebody found the time to give me a small feedback. it doesn't matter
if you can't answer all my questions. i would allready be happy if
someone could give me answers like "i used mojavi and it worked well" or
"i didn't like smary" or "michael, what you're suggesting is bit of an
overkill )

cheers, michael
Jul 17 '05 #1
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