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Client Side PHP

Link – atymic.dev

Atymic (real name unknown to me), a developer hailing from Sydnex, wrote a blogpost on how he managed to get PHP running in the browser via WebAssembly.

I'm sure you've come across plenty of sites that use javascript on the front end, but what about using PHP as a client side language? How, you ask? Since PHP is C based, it's actually possible to compile a version that's able to run inside your web browser using web assembly.

Read more [atymic.dev]

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