We use part of Zend MVC (the dispatcher, controllers, and view scripts) here
and a lot of the other facilities such as the autoloader, config, etc. and
are very happy so far. As long as you design your application with an eye
toward portability, you won't be tied to ZF. For example, put all of your
business logic in model classes instead of the controllers themselves. That
way if you ever need to move to a new presentation layer or use the business
logic outside it (e.g. in SOAP or RPC messages), you'll be ready.


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