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jespersh8687245dResist the urge.
TwentyMinuteMan526245dBlink twice if u need me to call the cops
lbfalvy11012245dA couple days ago I wrote a HTML document with a little bit of JS for interactivity and a few lines of CSS in the header, it felt incredibly liberating.
msdsk2064245dI way, way prefer setting up a netlify connection to github and just pushing my Nuxt3 app into it without the need to untangle PHP dependencies and manually sending this bullshit through ftp
Oktokolo8324245dWhy stop at PHP - Perl still exists...
piratefox2529244dSomebody call an ambulance for Kiki and an ambulance for me
Edit: jokes aside, at least for me, sometimes I get the wish to do simpler stuff… but then ocd kicks in
lotd7879244dI can totally relate..
With all the overly complex hyperbole nowadays one can only feel reminiscent of ye olde days..
What pisses me the most off nowadays, is when ppl zealously defend their distributed monoliths..
Starting to feel like I'd rather be in the *promised* land of JS callback hell...
Once you get icky from include hell, you may want to try out Siler PHP.
kiki25169244d@lotd boy, the good architecture is agnostic to languages and tools. I have the experience of creating a quite large application in PHP. I intentionally went without any framework. I created a library of pure functions, created a data model of all the entities needed in a way that it doesn't contradict itself, so the types being correct guarantees business logic being correct. Surprise-surprise, everything worked!
Though I understand that it's near impossible to overhaul legacy to turn it in what I described. But Netflix proven it's possible to establish such design, they ditched UI frameworks like React in favor of an in-house solution