PHP is more better option than .Net or Java
January 17, 2013 § Leave a comment
After Java, C and visual basic PHP is the fourth programming language in the world. PHP is easy to learn and can be served on various web platforms, operating systems and can be used with many relational database management systems (RDBMS). It is used for command-line scripting and client-side GUI applications. PHP cost Zero because it is open source and it can be embedded with HTML code and it is compatible with Apache, IIS, Oracle and Sybase.
PHP’s main strength is LAMP. The LAMP architecture became famous in the web industry as deploying inexpensive, reliable, scalable, secure web applications. It is commonly used as the P in this bundle alongside Linux, Apache and MySQL. It also works with several lesser-known servers, including Alex Belits’ fhttpd, Microsoft’s Personal Web Server, AOLServer, and Omnicentrix’s Omniserver application server.
PHP also owe drawbacks. Type checking is very loose, potentially causing problems. Variables are not really considerable has a type in PHP. For some reason big corporate thinks that if they are not paying for something then it’s not worth buying.
For C# programmers and VB.Net programmers, CLR allows them to work on the same project, or can switch language at the same time. ASP.NET’s has brilliant object oriented features and it is also well known for its flexibility. They would not allow rewriting in old cases. The .NET class library is organized into inheritable classes based around particular tasks, such as working with XML or image manipulation, so because of this such reason lots of the more common tasks have been already handled to you. Visual Studio .NET is a massive development IDE that will save tons of time of your coding. It has built in debugging along with IntelliSense, which allows for auto-completion of methods and variables so you don’t have to memorize everything. However, ASP.NET took has its own disadvantages, it is extremely expensive. It requires either better server or more servers.
Now if we talk about Java, it is powerful web development language. However it’s quite complex when compared to PHP. One needs to an expert to use Java while PHP is quite easy to learn. PHP is server-aligned and Java is not. Moreover, you do not require any specified framework to build a website application for PHP. PHP based web applications can be developed with any IDE on any platform with any local host installed.