Website Development: 10 PHP Programming Mistakes Web Developers Should Avoid

In this article I am discussing 10 common mistakes developers must avoid while creating a website to aggrandize it with fast functionality and easy multitasking. PHP as a scripting language has gained immense popularity among web developers who strive to ensure that their websites are attractive and have a great functionality. It’s because of PHP that developers are able to create dynamic web pages. However, no matter how good a developer is, chances to make some common mistakes during website development are always high.

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1. Trivializing single quotes:

Web developers find it it easy with double quotes to parse everything neatly. They, without a doubt, do not have to face hassles of fixing the issue of escaping characters and dot values, but single quotes play a big role in enhancing performance due to minimal processing. Processing of double quoted strings takes longer than single one as it has to read the whole string in advance to perform the task of detecting any variable inside. Server also works faster on single quotes since PHP is not obligated to read the whole string in advance.

2. Avoiding use of database caching:

Database caching plays a crucial role in increasing loading speed and limiting the use of resources required to load a page. Developers must be careful while implementing it and must have a proper maintaining caching system for the website.

3. Misplacing semicolon:

Well, developers are very well aware of the fact that each statement in PHP ends with a semicolon, which means end to an instruction. If a semicolon is…

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Website Development: 10 PHP Programming Mistakes Web Developers Should Avoid

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