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PHP Became Strongly-Typed

Over time with gradual updates

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One of the reasons why PHP has become a much-loved programming language among the web development community is because of its ability to adapt to times and provide anything you need to create sound applications.

Success stories that come to mind are WordPress, Wikipedia, Slack, Mailchimp, Tumblr and Baidu, just to name a few.

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Jordi Bassaganas

Jordi Bassaganas

Web developer and technical writer. Founder at ChesslabLab

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