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PHP is most developed web development language

Web developers prefer using PHP over other Programming Languages: Why is PHP so Heavily Used by Today’s Developers? In a popular commercial, a German coast guard official is at his desk while an English voice comes over the radio. “We’re sinking! We’re sinking!” they shout, to which the German replies, “What are you sinking about?” The screen then shows... more

  • Posted on 16th May 2013 01:18 PM
choose PHP over .net

PHP is Best Web development Language PHP and .NET are used to create dynamic web pages connected with databases. The more appropriate term for .NET would be ASP.NET because the .NET framework supports other programming suites which have no similarity with PHP and hence no competition. We will be referring ASP.NET simply as .NET. Starting with the ease of programming, .NET is the clear winner.... more

  • Posted on 16th May 2013 01:10 PM
redesigning of your website

When we need, why we need our Website to Redesign: Is the website attractive enough to grab visitor attention? Attractiveness on a website is more than it having a pretty layout. When a visitor finds a use for a website and a reason to continue visiting it, then he or she will bookmark the website and go back to it, perhaps on a regular basis. All dat is fine but the question is when we need,... more

  • Posted on 16th May 2013 01:05 PM
PHP as career choice

Demand for PHP  I am a final year student of B.E in CSC. Engg.i want to learn a programming language.i want to know the scope of php coders and its current demand in the market. Best Answer - Chosen by Voters in... yahoo!/Answers The demand for PHP is reasonably big right now and growing very quickly. It is fast becoming the dominant language in web development. This is for many reasons.... more

  • Posted on 16th May 2013 12:59 PM
PHP technical interview questions for freshers

1.Question : Who is the father of PHP and explain the changes in PHP versions? Answer : Rasmus Lerdorf is known as the father of PHP.PHP/FI 2.0 is an early and no longer supported version of PHP. PHP 3 is the successor to PHP/FI 2.0 and is a lot nicer. PHP 4 is the current generation of PHP, which uses the Zend engine under the hood. PHP 5 uses Zend engine 2 which, among other things, offers... more

  • Posted on 16th May 2013 12:49 PM