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Is Core PHP Programming Dying?

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Come to think of it. There are so many frameworks for PHP around.

CodeIgniter has been around for years and so has Cake PHP. The new ones on the internet like Larvel have been doing great too.

When you think to modify themes on CMS like WordPress or Opencart or even Magento, I find that there are so many functions already bundled into the CMS making the use of Core PHP codes almost negligible. Agreed, these all CMS have some PHP that they are built upon.

All of this leads me to ask - if there is a scenario where you can learn some base PHP and migrate to one of these CMS or Frameworks - avoiding the need of coding using the Core PHP and still keep surviving in the market?

 

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It’s just a rumor that PHP is dying.

PHP is a quite popular and widely used programming language, and it’ll not fade away easily.

Although there are many competitors of PHP, this language is highly demanded and popular in developing web applications.

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Core PHP programming is not really dying, you just need to study properly and know what it is and know every instruction which helps you to code smoothly and no worries, but if you didn't study all the details and skip every instruction it will be so hard for you.

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22 hours ago, diolola456 said:

Core PHP programming is not really dying, you just need to study properly and know what it is and know every instruction which helps you to code smoothly and no worries, but if you didn't study all the details and skip every instruction it will be so hard for you.

 

On 12/21/2018 at 6:11 PM, johnv5 said:

It’s just a rumor that PHP is dying.

PHP is a quite popular and widely used programming language, and it’ll not fade away easily.

Although there are many competitors of PHP, this language is highly demanded and popular in developing web applications.

If you read the content of the discussion and not just the Headline, I never said NOT to study PHP.

Practically, I know many who have no idea of programming in any language for that matter, but they are earning great monetarily by simply making use of the CMS that are available around. Today's drag and drop HTML features and those advanced Themes for the CMS makes living so much easier.

Agreed, you cannot get into providing solutions to complex Web Applications without knowing in depth about the programming language you use, but then, how many of those technical guys get landed on such Projects?

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