Gewora saidI agree! That’s why I think that CodeIgniter is a good compromise between an “entreprise” framework and a custom-built solution .
It surely depends on the framework. Not to be rude, but Codeigniter can’t be taken as a “real” framework this days. It’s easy to use though, that is most likely why customers are not that hesitated. Offering something that has been built with an enterprise framework like Symfony or Laravel is a whole different case.
I have two items in my portfolio which use the PHP framework CodeIgniter. The first one didn’t get a lot of sales, but I don’t think it was because of the framework. Several items like this one were already selling well on the marketplace, it was just not a good marketing strategy from my part.
The second one has been approved last sunday and is selling very well (in my opinion). So I think that as soon as you are making a good and original product, using a framework will not stop users from buying it. Moreover, you’ll have a “better” code and you will be able to launch updates easily.
Just a matter of opinion, but I think about continuing to launch my PHP items with a framework (of course, depending on the needs of the projects).
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