Discussion in 'Other Languages' started by Homer Simpson72, Feb 7, 2016.
Java / Python (Django,Flask) / C#
I prefer using something along the lines of Ruby on Rails, but "best" is variable at...Well, best.
Language depends on your needs. They all do basically the same thing... what you are looking for when choosing is deciding what your specifications for the project are then searching the net for anything that already does 60% of what you want to be done. If python does it, go with python... if PHP.... go with PHP.
Another note... the more developers for a language the better chances you have to find the talent and keep. If you have some very specific language the laws of supply and demand will take effect meaning you can be charged more to get the same project done. I recommend php for this reason as it has the largest number of developers.
I do agree, due to being extremely popular in web development and relatively quickly adapting to newest standards it's probably going to last very, very long. It has both the simplest development and simplest server environment. There are more resources on the web to learn PHP than any other language.
Hello! If you want to develop Frontend you can use JS/React/Redux or JS/JQuery/Angular
currently learning python/django.
Sofar it's cool, short code, easy syntax.
In the future ill be swapping classic JS for react.
i grew up with PHP.
I love php.
but, all in all, programming nowadays is more about end products, all depends on your purpose.
so far am still sticking with php.. but i'll be following this Post to read more.
thanks guys a lot of info in here lol
Python - one and only
Check Angular JS
I am using php for web programming language for my web application and I think its the best one
Depends on the size of the project. For simple websites, blogs, etc. PHP is great. For bigger systems that are web based, you need to shift your thinking to "non-blocking" methods. The problem with the old way of thinking is that when a bunch of users hit your site, things become clogged.
There are some great languages out there now that are reactive to the users needs and suit large web systems much better.
php + mysql is the best in my opinion.
I'd say PHP + JS for sure.
php with some framwork laravel or NODE JS
hye can any one please help how to integrate third party plugins into react js
Has anyone looked at the Elm programming language? Its a pure functional programming language(it similar to Haskell but it only has a fraction of its functaionality) for web development. If you have some programming familiarity with recursion and immutable data and pure languages then I'd check it out.... Its pretty cool!
PHP is still a strong contender though. I've been writing in PHP for some 17 years, and have always been subscribed to the Internals team, keeping an eye on what's going on. And they're genuinely good about pushing the language forward.
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