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-L inux, is the most reliable and structured operating system to combine and offer features such as security and stability.
-A pache, is the application able to create a communication channel between the data stored in the server machine (contents) and requests coming from outside (web calls).
-M ySQL server is the server application that can store and organize databases.
-P HP, is the programming language able to produce a data processing that, together with a logic, generates a web output, that is, html.
This synergy makes it possible today more than 70% of what is the public web. Most of the web projects of the last 15 years are characterized by a structure based on this newly described server architecture. Not that it is essential to fully understand the dynamics of this technology but it can be considered fundamental to define the knowledge of the WEB.
In 2004, when Facebook was born, definitions of dynamism of web content were being defined that seemed to be so “well defined” and flexible in their adaptation to every need, that could not be put into discussions for decades. Today we are facing an evolution / revolution of the web so fast and early in some cases that reality far exceeds the imagination.
We are concepts of fluidity of data that bypasses with a few degrees steps the concepts that were innovative only a few years ago, as the same definition of LAMP architecture, which seemed insurmountable, today must give way to younger and innovative technologies that allow rapidity unimaginable calculation for an old structure of only a few years.
But before leaving the next, and obviously, chapter of this overview on my programming (the MEAN section), it is necessary a passage on what is still, to date, the backbone of my skills: PHP.
This language, born almost by mistake, has received the favor of developers and web programmers since its inception, both for the particular conciseness of its expressions and for the great, great compatibility with the MySQL Database Server, one of the two great pillars of storing data for the last 20 years. MySQL and Oracle (the two database application servers in question) had the need to be adopted, each one, by an effective web programming language that made it possible to easily make available the data stored in these large hives that are databases. Millions and millions of well-aligned data cells that had to be recalled, understood, interpreted and finally transformed into lights and colors from web programming languages.
MySQL met PHP and it was love at first sight. they found a small comfortable valley (Linux) and green in which it was ready, there, to welcome them, a house with mill (Apache), they settled, they saw that the bread came out hot and steaming from the ovens, and they all lived happily ever after!