|List:||General Discussion||« Previous MessageNext Message »|
|From:||Jay Blanchard||Date:||July 16 2010 12:25pm|
|Subject:||RE: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?|
|View as plain text|
[snip] PHP applications are, for the most part, not that ambitious and mysql is simply the most accessible database with the best developed API. [/snip] I know that you said "for the most part" and you are absolutely correct. I just want to point out that there are many corporations relying on PHP and MySQL to deliver robust, scalable and enterprise capable applications each and every day. I suppose that is part of the appeal - low barriers to entry with infinite possibilities.