The future of PHP

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Big companies are not working in php. so what is the future of php?

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PHP is already popular, used in millions of domains, Source: NetCraft, supported by most ISPs and used by renowned Web companies like Yahoo ! The new version of PHP (version 6) aims to add to this success by introducing new features that make PHP more usable in some cases and more secure in others. As of PHP 6, XMLReader and XMLWriter have been part of the core of PHP, which makes it easier for u to work with XML in your PHP applications. So, don’t worry, PHP has very good future and it stays in the IT market for long time. PHP is very easy to learn compared to Java and .Net. PHP has all features of Java for web required. But I hope still it will have its simplicity to implement with other tools and languages.

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  • TomLiotta
    I'd suspect that PHP is used by a lot of "big companies", perhaps most of them. Many of those companies may have staff that isn't even aware that PHP is in use. In any case, I'm not sure how relevant "big companies" is for the question. There are many more "small companies" and "medium companies" than "big companies". PHP has tended to be a tool used in smaller scales, often where staff is limited and needs to react quickly, rather than larger scale enterprises with much more staff and where longer change schedules may be in place. That's not an absolute guideline, as noted above for Yahoo. Then again, there are companies far larger than Yahoo. In any case, a tool for "big companies" isn't required to be one that is appropriate for everyone else. If it isn't ideal for "big companies", it can still be one of the most available and most used used tools in the world. It could even have a greater future if it doesn't have wide penetration at that scale. Tom
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  • Chippy088
    @cleantalent.com - efstyle.com is a furniture company. They do not appear to have a blogging section. @The future of PHP - "Zobacz resztę artykułu" translates to "See the rest of the article" think it should have been a link.
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