Being a junior programmer you tend to want to learn all, at once. This is the biggest mistake to do and I fall to it. But I managed to recover.
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PHP was saved by Laravel, it’s what they say at least.
Coding for me it’s hard. I got a memory problem, I have to take Magnesium to remember things, I am adding notes, use Siri, Reminders, I use written notes everywhere on my desk and I still forget things. Hopefully, as long as technology is around, I am in luck.
PHP had (and still have) multiple issues but the most important one is security. I know that in time they have been fixed, but some issues are still present. Even so, Laravel saved PHP back in 2011, and I’m saved by Siri.
You wouldn’t find Browsers to supports PHP since it is server-side programming that runs and execute on the servers. Browsers don’t have a PHP interpreter to read your source code and execute instructions then give you output.
Plans for future
Continuing to learn and go with a framework is what I want to do. I am thinking of giving VUE.Js a try. I was between REACT and VUE but finally decided to go with VUE as I find it simpler at this time than REACT. I believe that getting deeply with VUE and continue to revisit basics in Vanilla.js will give me a boost on going to REACT soon.
I hope you’ll find the article helpful and you can be inspired to continue your programming journey. Until next time I wish you health, inspiration, motivation, and a wonderful week ahead.