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The only reason the barbaric, Apache server requiring, disgusting non-intuitive syntax having, pain in the dick to set up language known as "php" is even still around AT ALL is because of laravel...just let it die already...

P.s. - work is making me learn laravel/php

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  • 5
    I kindly disagree with this :)
  • 1
    @MisterArie I'm coming from Js/Node...wtf no dot notation? Wtf are the $? Why?? Just why??? -> and =>??? Really??? Just garbage.
  • 1
    It is not apache server requiring. Laravel recommends nginx even homestead ships with nginx not apache. If you do not work for some fancy dev house and have clients that just want a site and not have to suffer too much on hosting costs while still knowing they own the actual domain and site without a ass bag wannabe dev overcharging them just to host, php is the solution that can give them a site to be proud of with a future on shitty shared hosting. So shared hosting is apache requiring.
  • 0
    @penderis right sorry. I meant vanilla php. On my vm I'm running apache. Not using homestead.
  • 1
    Huh? PHP in apache2 is dead easy. Just proxy to php-fpm
  • 0
    @Ready for lamp stack I used scotchbox on vagrant. It has apache etc. Specific for shared hosting reasons. Changed to docker now so will see thus far laradock runs like a beauty but is single project based via apache. But goodluck wrapping your head around php nuances coming from js.
  • 0
    @Linux are you running laravel? I'm assuming u are SINCE IT'S THE ONLY REASON PHP STILL EXISTS
  • 0
    @Linux true but it is not a perfect world and these get dictated to which server you get handed. Sweet like lemon.
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    @Ready
    I dont like PHP, but I have to set it up anyway

    @penderis
    I do like Apache alot more than nginx.
  • 1
    So much hate towards laravel. :P can't wait till he forces you to work on wordpress
  • 1
    @penderis that time will come, and I will hang myself with my headphones
  • 1
    @Ready arent that all small things? Yeah you have to adapt a bit. But isn't that the same with switching between most languages.
  • 0
    @MisterArie just a disgusting looking syntax.
  • 1
    @Ready beauty is in the eye of the beholder ;)
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    @Artemix
    Thats why Apache is better. But also, by proxiyng to fpm you gain performance too
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