The most popular web programming
language used today is “Hypertext Pre-processor”, this concept was
brought from Personal Home Page (PHP). Now PHP is commonly used for
“Hypertext Pre-processor”. The main reason why PHP is popular is
because its syntax is highly flexible that can perform many functions while working
flawlessly in combination with HTML and JavaScript. Most people understand its
syntax quite easily and are able to generate a script within a short period of time
by using online tutorials, references and books.

 

            PHP is undoubtedly the most popular
scripting language on the web. It is used to enhance web pages. With PHP, you
can do things like create username and password login pages, check details from
a form, create forums, picture galleries, surveys, and more. PHP is known as a
server-sided language. That’s because the PHP doesn’t get executed on your
computer, but on the computer, you requested the page from. The results are
then passed over to you, and displayed in your browser. Other scripting
languages you may have heard of are ASP, Python and Perl.  

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            PHP is an open source program­ming
language that is used for developing interactive Web sites. More specifically
PHP is a scripting language that is executed from a Web server. Created in
1995, PHP is one of the fastest-growing program­ming languages today. The “TIOBE”
Programming Community ranked PHP as the third most popular programming language
in the world. One of the main reasons for PHP’S popularity is its simplicity.
The language is comparatively easy to learn, allowing new programmers to
quickly integrate PHP functionality into a Web site. MySQL is an open source
relational database that is often used with PHP. Together, PHP and MySQL are
becoming one of the most popular technology combinations for Web site
development.  “Mike McGrath. 1”

 

            PHP is a dynamic, growing language
with new functionality added on a regular basis. PHP is supported by a
community of developers and users who add features and contribute updates that
expand the functionality of the code. The PHP Group coordinates
the develop­ment efforts of more than 400 user groups in more than 80
countries. Although the PHP Group does not impose formal specifications, it
does issue recommendations for how PHP should and should not be used. Complete
documentation for all versions of the PHP language is available at www.php.net.  “Don Gosselin & Diana Kokoska. 2”