Beijing on October 4th news, the U.S. technology blog VentureBeat writer John Koetsier recently wrote that the network’s most popular programming language may be about to launch a mobile version. The article points out that there are 75% sites are using PHP, such as Facebook, Wikipedia, YAHOO and Photobucket and other sites are using the PHP programming language to build, but the language seems to still can’t get any respect. However, the mobile version of PHP should help this programming language continue to grow.

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has a developer who loves and hates the most popular programming language on the web, PHP, and when the caretaker of the programming language takes the next step, they will really hate it.

PHP is a Danish programmer Lester Moss · Le Astoria (Rasmus Lerdorf); created in 1995. In 1997, Israeli programmer Andy · Gutmans (Andi Gutmans) and · (Zeev Suraski Ziv; Suleski) Rewrite the analytical procedures, which laid the foundation for the PHP 3. By 1999, two people developed the Zend Engine, and now it is still the PHP interpreter. Since then, Gutmann and suraski still continue to work together to create a commercial entity Zend Technologie, create the expansion of product and service for PHP developers, especially for developers in the enterprise.

today, after a number of major iterations in the code base, 35% of the network traffic is handled by PHP, Gutmans said. According to data provided by Wikipedia, 75% of the sites are using PHP, such as Facebook, Wikipedia, YAHOO and Photobucket and other sites are built using PHP programming language. WordPress, the world’s most popular blogging platform, is also built in this language, and is likely to account for half of its 35% network traffic. In addition, most other major content management systems also use this language, such as Drupal and Joomla.

is not respected

, however, the language does not seem to have received any respect, in the past few years have been using C, Java,.NET, Python, or Ruby and other languages written by the programmer’s code of ridicule. From the development trend, PHP as a search vocabulary usage in the past few years has been showing a downward trend, while the mobile application revolution is to allow Objective-C and Java to recover.

so is this programming language that provides support for so many network traffic