PHP is an open source server side scripting language, mainly for creating websites and web applications that uses dynamic databases. Being a robust, server side application it offers multiple functionalities in the development such as strong system security and easy functions. As PHP websites are highly interactive, applications and websites
The web world is equipped with a great variety of tools to choose from when it comes to web development. ASP.NET and PHP has always been two most promising options for developers to select from. Each has its own pros and cons. However, one of it has stood a clear winner. Now the question arises – which one to choose? It has been quite
PHP has metamorphosed the way websites are created. Initially it was meant for developing dynamic web pages. Created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1995, this scripting language is a general-purpose language especially preferred for server-side web development.
A wide range of PHP frameworks are available and you
Symfony – yet another free web application framework developed in PHP that follows an MVC paradigm. The web application development industry has been gifted with an excellent innovation in the form of Symfony. The flexible architecture of Symfony makes it the all time favorite for web developers.