UPDATE:Parlez vous Français? Guillaume Rossolini has created a French translation of this article.
Are you considering using a PHP framework for your next project? If so, this article's for you. I've narrowed down my choices to CakePHP and the Zend Framework and have documented my findings here.
This post is an edited version of my review of Pro Zend Framework Techniques: Build a Full CMS Project posted on Amazon.com. I decided to repost and expand a bit here to share my thoughts with 2tbsp.com visitors. The title of my Amazon review sums it up, a good CMS example, but repetitive and poorly edited.
During my first attempts, the jQueryWTP patch installer wouldn't run on Mac OS X 10.4.11 at work. The patch wouldn't run on Leopard at home either. Neither the jQueryWTP project nor its SourceForge download page provide Java or WTP version requirements. All screenshots I've seen show installation on Windows. After a lot of flailing, I was eventually able to get the patch installed. Here is an archive of my trials and tribulations.