Hello TWEBT Clients… We have made made changes to the servers, and also upgraded some of the important parts that help make it work properly. We did this to help make the servers more safe, stable, and compatible.
Server-side web (a.k.a. “web application”) are software frameworks that make it easier to write, maintain and scale web applications. They provide tools and libraries that simplify common web development tasks, including routing URLs to appropriate handlers, interacting with databases, supporting sessions and user authorization, formatting output (e.g. HTML, JSON, XML).
Route Requests to the Handler
Most sites will provide a number of different resources, accessible through distinct URLs. Handling these all in one function would be hard to maintain, so web frameworks provide simple mechanisms to map URL patterns to specific handler functions. This approach also has benefits in terms of maintenance, because you can change the URL used to deliver a particular feature without having to change the underlying code.
PHP is a web framework with expressive, elegant syntax. PHP attempts to take the pain out of development by easing common tasks used in the majority of web projects, such as:
- Simple, fast routing engine.
- Powerful dependency injection container.
- Multiple back-ends for session and cache storage.
- Expressive, intuitive database ORM.
- Database agnostic schema migrations.
- Robust background job processing.
PHP is accessible, yet powerful, providing tools needed for large, robust applications.
…and Much, More
TWEBT has made so many changes to the servers, that we would be writing this article for a half of day. Let’s just say that we are keeping the home of your websites up to date, and we improve it, when it is needed.
If you have any questions or concerns, you can always write to us on the Contact Us page. We would be more than happy to reply to you as soon as possible.