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Why PHP Development Is Important For Driving Growth


PHP, a coding language meant for the web, has long been used for the development of a large variety of digital offerings. From a simple web blog to a complete entity that can serve as a Software as a Service (SaaS) — PHP is a dynamic language that enables the creation of equally versatile products. Now, given the sheer variety of development it facilitates, it shouldn't come as a surprise that a staggering number of companies are already using it; several companies are considering PHP as an option.

Unfortunately, the ones who haven’t already made a choice can often find themselves struggling with the decision to take the plunge. The indecision and doubt are not only understandable but also encouraged. Why? Because it drives one to make sure that they have an in-depth and extensive understanding of the language before they decide to use it for their development project. If you too are at a similar point, i.e., contemplating PHP’s value in the context of your project, allowing us to help you out a little with this list of the most compelling ways in which PHP drives growth.

1. Affordable cost of development: PHP is an open-source general scripting-language, which means that it is available for use free of charge. So, there’s one significant cost eliminated, but there’s more — even most of the tools developers tend to use together with PHP, i.e., like WordPress, are quite affordable or available, again, free of charge. For example, WordPress is also open-source so that it can be used for free, but to utilize, say, ASP, the company will be required to pay to acquire these additional tools to use them with PHP.
2. Security: We don’t have to tell you just how important it is to ensure that everything that resides in the digital realm is as secure as possible. The same need for top-notch security extends to PHP and anything that you may develop with it. Lucky for us, this nifty coding language already offers a world of means to ensure the attainment of high levels of security without relying on external sources. It includes a plethora of security layers that have translated into PHP being widely regarded as one of the safest options on the market.
3. Extensive web servers support: One of the best parts about PHP is that it offers support for a large number of all the leading web servers in the world. Further, it includes personal web servers, Microsoft IIS, iPlanet server, and Netscape, among several others. As a result, it delivers much value to companies and developers who may be planning to upgrade their websites.

As the discussion above demonstrates, undertaking a custom PHP development for your company can prove to be a highly valuable endeavor. After all, PHP is a terrific language in more ways than one — it is affordable, agile in database connectivity, easily one of the most secure options, offers immense scope for saving resources, and so much more!
DorothyBrown 17 january 2020, 12:10
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0 MarthaGriggs January 22, 2020, 10:46
0 Julia January 28, 2020, 7:08
PHP is still very much in use today and it’s the first choice for many small businesses and startups. Check how to hire dedicated PHP developers in Ukraine

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