This means that if you try to run the PHP code in a web browser, it results in the web browser printing the entire code. It would be best if you had a server to execute PHP projects or scripts. We’ll come to this part later in the article.
PHP is a scripting language that powers most websites today. Therefore, PHP projects refer to websites, web apps, applications, anything and everything that is developed by leveraging PHP. So, let’s start the discussion with things that go into a PHP project.
There are two popular variants of the PHP programming language currently in use; PHP 5 and PHP 7. Aside from some small differences, the two are almost the same.
However, certain aspects, like PHP 7, don’t support MySQL extension, which one should note down while making the pick between the two PHP releases.
A typical PHP project involves starting with developing the webpage(s) using CSS and HTML. While HTML is there to add functionality to a webpage, the CSS defines how all things are catered to the users.