Posts Tagged ‘lamp’

Is LAMP Pack Still Strong?

March 20th, 2013 Leave a comment 2 comments
Is LAMP Pack Still Strong?

This year in tech (like almost every other year) has been filled with buzzwords. Many of them this year, however, are based around big data processing and web content: NoSQL, Hadoop, BigTable – the list goes on. With all the fuss around these new technologies, one might be tempted into thinking that these are the technologies of the future, and that from now on our servers and websites will be built upon, leaving technologies like LAMP in the dust. Is the venerable LAMP stack going to go extinct in the face of all these new technologies? First off, there are things… View full post »

Is LAMP Still a Popular Choice for Web Development?

June 20th, 2010 Leave a comment 3 comments
Is LAMP Still a Popular Choice for Web Development?

LAMP, which stands for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP, has become a very popular web development platform over the last several years. New platforms like Ruby on Rails, ASP.Net and J2EE have been rising stars in web development. So is LAMP still a popular choice for web development? Not only is LAMP as popular as always, but it should be popular for the many benefits it provides over other platforms. Cost Naturally, cost is the first item to consider when comparing the open source LAMP stack to commercial platforms like J2EE or ASP.Net. Open source products are free for download which makes… View full post »