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re: Should I drop PHP? VIEW POST

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If it's a big project then use a technology you are familiar with IF that technology is suited for the project.

If you check w3techs stats you'll notice that 79% of websites use PHP. A good example is WordPress which is one if not the most used website builder uses PHP under the hood.
w3techs.com/technologies/details/p...

We use PHP at work with YII2 framework and have built applications supporting heavy loading and usage by many users.

If you want to use python/flask I'd recommend doing it on a small project until you've gotten a hand on the learning curve.

One of the good sides of PHP on my end is that most PHP frameworks come with front-end and back-end ready solutions with for some code generators to kick-start basic work. This can be very useful to get all the little and basic stuff done on big projects.

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