PyroCMS moving to Laravel

edited January 2013 in Share
Came across this article when surfing today:

When I originally adopted FuelCMS for my web projects where I currently work, I took a deep look at PyroCMS to compare. At the time I found the documentation very underdeveloped and the architecture was a bit more confusing than Fuel to me. I still am glad at my decision to go with FuelCMS, for it has met and exceeded my needs.

I do wonder, however, based on reading the above and other articles on the net about people moving away from CI for one reason or another, and thought I would inquire to you guys at Daylight whether you have thought about this as well?



  • edited 3:56AM
    Thanks for sharing. We have thought about it and it is something we will continue to evaluate. It would be a massive undertaking and wouldn't happen quickly but does sound intriguing.
  • edited 3:56AM
    I love Fuel and think its code is much more futuristic than CodeIgniter's. It's nice to see development continue and more ruby-esque methods such as has_many and belongs_to incorporated.
    As you probably know, Ellislab has announced that they are seeking a new owner for CodeIgniter, and I see it becoming outdated.
    Do you have any plans to covert FuelCMS to laravel?
  • edited 3:56AM
    It is something we have thought about and continue to assess, but at this particular time, we have not made any solid plans to do so. The task would be a massive undertaking in which we currently don't have the resources at this time to take on unfortunately. Also, I still personally feel that although CodeIgniter's future seems a little shaky, in it's current form, it is an easier framework to use and makes a great fit for what FUEL CMS needs.
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