View Poll Results: What server-side programming/scripting language do you use?

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  • Perl

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  • Python

    3 6.00%
  • ASP

    1 2.00%
  • Java (Servlets, JSP)

    7 14.00%
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Cebu web developer's "programming" language of choice


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^____^ oon its www.cccjungolf.com ... its a lil bit out-dated coz im developing the cms...

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    ^____^ oon its www.cccjungolf.com... its a lil bit out-dated coz im developing the cms

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    Default Re: Cebu web developer's "programming" language of choice

    I code Java for food so it's my programming language of choice.

    But i can vary depends on the problem and size.

    Java for thousands (and up)/day customers.

    PHP for small website and cheap webhosts.

    For report generation, like collating text datas, i used to be Perl coder before but now preferred Python. So it's a figure that Python is preferable in terms of productitivity for me.

    ---ooooooo---

    For me php and perl are programming languages.

    They have the basic facilities that a programming should have like: the language itself, system calls, IO libraries.

    While Java is not just a language, it's a platform. so java pwned everyone in any area against any other options in the poll.

    Trivia: Do you know that PHP was voted as programming language of 2004?

    Just FYI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashfreak
    i dont find php to be that bad when it comes to speed (thanks to broadband connections).
    you measure your application performance based on the broadband you have?

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    Default Re: Cebu web developer's "programming" language of choice

    Quote Originally Posted by oon
    php is slow, drains server resources. not ideal for cebu or anywhere in the philippines for that matter. i use perl.
    Do you have a site that drains your server? Show me benchmarks like requests/second, CPU and memory, your code, and configurations.

    Btw, there are two possibilties if you have low performing apps. Either you have poor hardwre or poorly designed/coded website.


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    Quote Originally Posted by flashfreak
    i dont find php to be that bad when it comes to speed (thanks to broadband connections). i too have similar situation with vern, i have developed a golf site that generates mass amount of hits (well not as big as screwface's hits or any top seeded sites) and still i dont get any bandwidth issues. although the graphics and images are a bit too hi-res, it tends to slow down the loading time. but the codes are still doing fine. well, perl / cgi codes are far more better than php when it comes to dial-up connections. Utopia (a web-text based game) is a good cgi website.

    btw, i voted for PHP... tho its not a programming "language".
    Hi,

    This is not a performance you would like to see. It's just downloading images, unless it's dynamic images Apache server handles it, not the PHP.

    Try measuring how PHP or Perl rendering dynamic contents.

    Anyway my choice between Perl and PHP in web development is PHP. It beats PHP in most angle -- productivity, community support, frameworks.

    About the performance, i havent measured it but I can't feel the difference. Both camps are claiming they are faster than the other. But for sure PHP beats Perl in productivity deparment, that is what matters: quality, on time and within the budget.

    Make sense?


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    Didn't realize I didn't put in my vote. My vote goes with Python and PHP in that order.

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    i wonder why friendster switched from jsp to php.

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    PHP is king for me.. I have been working with PHP for years and
    PHP seems enough for me.. no need to learn another scripting
    language.

    Yeah friendster switched from JSP to PHP..
    Before when they where on JSP, i always have trouble logging in
    and doing stuff i have to wait minutes before the page loads and
    sometimes throws a 404 Page. And its not my connection.

    Now with PHP they seem a bit faster and no more
    login troubles for me. And now i can do a lot more with friendster.

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    Default Re: Cebu web developer's "programming" language of choice

    php <---

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    I voted for PHP bcuz...
    -> a c-style language...
    -> a c++style language...
    -> supports some Java functions
    -> easy access to database
    -> object oriented
    yey....

    for me... I don't see the difference between the two scripting languages..┬* I think it matters about the┬* programming/scripting┬* ┬*done by a programmer..

    If┬* the programming is good, then the performance of the site would be better.
    If it is the bad or some useless codes may consume more memory, then it could be worse.... if the site is visited by many people everyday, then your server may go "gaga"...┬* ┬*heheheheeee..... if the server has good equipments or with new hardwares... then there would be no problem.......yey...

    maybe it's better to have a good plan before creating those codes........

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