LAMP is a stack of free and open source software. The acronym LAMP was first used by Michael Kunz in 1998. It stands for:
We also offer WAMP (Windows, Apache, My SQL and PHP) which uses the more familiar Windows platform instead of Linux.
LAMP is used to run dynamic websites and servers and is an adequate alternative to commercial packages. Because of its flexibility, customization and cost effectiveness, LAMP is one of the most popular ways to develop enterprise level web applications. Apache Webserver still retains and dominates the market with a share of 47.12%.
By the end of this course, you will fully understand the benefits of using PHP in web application development and the way it is used in companies nowadays. You will learn the main features of PHP development and acquire the basic skills to work with PHP, providing you with an excellent grounding for further training.
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