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Blog Discussion Why PHP?

Discussion in 'Blog and Forum Announcement Discussions' started by s.molinari, Dec 28, 2013.

  1. s.molinari

    s.molinari Uber Dreamer Staff Member Adreamistrator

    Discussion and responses to my blog, "Why PHP?"

    Let's go! My boxing gloves are on!:)

    Last edited: Dec 28, 2013
  2. Phoenixdown

    Phoenixdown New Member

    I think PHP is a good choice as it is one of the most preferred web programming languages out there.
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  3. s.molinari

    s.molinari Uber Dreamer Staff Member Adreamistrator

    Yeah, you are absolutely right.

    Around 80% of all websites around the world are using PHP. That is a huge market share and very hard to ignore. Java is considered the Enterprise web language along with .NET. Python seems to also be making ground on them all too. Ruby is puckering out, from what I can tell. All subjective observations on my part though, except the market share of PHP.:)



  4. PHP is good.
    But you have to have some AJAX stuff like Xenforo does.
    (alerts, etc).
  5. s.molinari

    s.molinari Uber Dreamer Staff Member Adreamistrator

    Hi DD.

    Yes, AJAXy functions are now a normal part of web life. My take on them though is they should always enhance the user experience and never detract from it. Sort of like, too much of a good thing can also be harmful.;)

  6. Kyrie

    Kyrie New Member

    I love how you use the word Ajax-y
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  7. s.molinari

    s.molinari Uber Dreamer Staff Member Adreamistrator

    About this discussion, we are looking hard at the GraphQL implementation Facebook has come up with, instead of a standard REST API. The advantages are huge for a system like Skooppa.


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