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OzzY



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JohnFound wrote:
PHP is really terrible. Program for web in FASM. It is fun, very easy, productive and you need not learn some strange languages.


It's a little bit hacky but if anyone wants to do anything web-related PHP seems to be hosted cheaply everywhere.
Post 28 Jul 2013, 21:27
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TmX



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Let me say it again: PHP is probably not the best language out there, and I'm the first one to scream about its quirks, but PHP is the best web platform... ever.

http://fabien.potencier.org/article/64/php-is-much-better-than-you-think


Some people say Ruby/Python/etc is a better language than PHP. But anyway the link above gives us idea why PHP is still a popular choice for web development.
Post 29 Jul 2013, 05:03
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It's a little bit hacky but if anyone wants to do anything web-related PHP seems to be hosted cheaply everywhere.

It seems that the binary CGI is also an option almost everywhere, except the free hosting services. The people simply don't know how to use it.

Also, the home hosting is really easy and works very well, at least for low-to-middle loaded sites. Do you really need 99.99% uptime? My site http://asm32.hopto.org is hosted on my home desktop computer and it almost never goes down.
Post 29 Jul 2013, 12:47
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JohnFound wrote:
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It's a little bit hacky but if anyone wants to do anything web-related PHP seems to be hosted cheaply everywhere.

It seems that the binary CGI is also an option almost everywhere, except the free hosting services. The people simply don't know how to use it.

Also, the home hosting is really easy and works very well, at least for low-to-middle loaded sites. Do you really need 99.99% uptime? My site http://asm32.hopto.org is hosted on my home desktop computer and it almost never goes down.


So, technically you can use any language with CGI?
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OzzY wrote:
So, technically you can use any language with CGI?


If you are asking about my home server - yes I can. But I use only assembly written CGI scripts.

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Post 01 Aug 2013, 20:07
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dogman



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That's awesome. Assembler web programming!
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dogman wrote:
That's awesome. Assembler web programming!


Here are the sources. Smile - It is not very simple, but it is a whole content management system, not simple fixed site.

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