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Yii2 is still in many ways better extendable than Drupal - for example, it's very easy to use your own user and session processing, and customize the registration forms - and this flexibility is more important in big projects than a way to inject something in theme hooks or change menu routing details via hookalter (Drupal shines here).

Now, in Yii2, most of contributed modules are hosted on Git Hub (and Packagist - for composer).

We started working with Yii2 and QWL project in March of 2014 so we had several funny issues related to alpha quality of code - but all of them were resolved with later releases.

So, in QWL, we needed great performance, and the code was mostly custom (a bunch of external APIs to integrate; a huge bunch of docs to generate from db objects - mostly for customs brokers; and a need for good own API) - so it was obvious that it's not where Drupal shines.

But now I think it was worth it (and I don’t think Fabien regret his sf2 rewrite, as well).

We are not directly competing with monsters like USPS or UPS for cross-border delivery, but we are doing very similar thing here - delivery from stores/warehouses to customer door (or pickup point - which in many ways can be more convenient for the end customer than courier delivery to door).

Historically, Yii is the most popular PHP framework in Russia, and probably in China (no links to chinese IT websites, sorry) - since the author of the framework, Qiang Xue, is Chinese (lives in US). Big popularity is not a sign that the framework is good (or bad) - but it usually means you can find developers easier and faster. Finding sf2 developers is easier, but still can be a problem.

Finding Yii developers is easier than finding sf2 developers :) You have to be careful while testing them since the learning curve is not that big in Yii - so there can be quite a number of bad programmers among these guys - those PHP guys that Ruby and Python devs make jokes of :) I have a lot of friends in Russia who have been using Yii1 for years, but during these years I've been successfully doing Drupal projects and we honestly never had a lot of projects where custom code base can be bigger than framework contributed modules code base, and good speed under highload was not a big factor, so for that type of projects it would be stupid (and too expensive) to use Yii.

The Yii core devs decided to rewrite second version of their framework almost from scratch, just like Fabien did with Symfony2.

It was a long-lasting project, and there was a risk to loose all the community that will switch to fresh sf2, Laravel and Phalcon and never come back.

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It was one of the reasons to choose this framework.