PHP is a scripting language that often runs in Apache web server. It’s incredible power comes with a giant collection of publicly available code, and is one of the most used programming languages around. This popularity gives it a large support base. Much of the web is programmed in PHP, WordPress, Drupal and Joomla are all written in PHP.
A large list of frameworks are also built on PHP. These extend PHP with additional libraries and can empower developers with universally acknowledge methodologies like the Model View Controller (MVC). The most popular frameworks for PHP are Laravel and Code Igniter.
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