Leon Tavčar (2012) Analysis and comparison between PHP and JSP. EngD thesis.
The aim of the diploma thesis was to perform a comparison of the two most frequently used programming languages for developing dynamic Web applications. The PHP language which is most frequently used today was originally developed to maintain personal homepages and was later expanded into a programming language which provides numerous possibilities for managing large Web environments. JSP is a Java technology whose use is increasing that also enables the management of large Web environments. Web technologies are increasingly replacing classic applications for do not need to be installed on the user's computer and enable simple browser use. This has resulted in the growing importance and supplementation of Web application development technologies. Numerous concepts used in their development exist therefore a comparison of the key concepts would be wise. The key concepts of PHP and JSP Web technologies, key elements, work with sets, forms and data collections and cookies and seeds were used to compare the two Web applications. The last chapter describes the development tools required for the development of dynamic Web applications most widely used by developers: Web servers and data collections.
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