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In order to create easily maintainable websites, a lot of companies decide to use content management systems (CMS). This way a lot of features like adding content, authorizing, and administration can be easily taken care of without a lot of programming knowledge. There are a lot of CMSs and they vary a lot, but most of them share the same idea of giving the user the ability to manage his website the easiest way possible. The most popular CMSs are created in PHP and one of them is Drupal, the third-most popular system. It is mostly used to create knowledge bases and business blogs. However, if we look at the recent popularity of programming languages, we can easily notice that Python is gaining more and more popularity and PHP is going the other way. In this case, we will take a look at three Python-based CMSs and compare them with Drupal and see what comes of it.
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Python vs. PHP Comparison

Two programming languages probably couldn’t be more different from each other than Python and PHP. The former is hailed for its simplicity and straightforwardness, while the latter is often criticized for its quirks and tendency to generate spaghetti-like codebases. Python brings to mind modern applications such as machine learning and data science, while PHP is mostly associated with old-timey web development and old-school discussion forums. Still, both remain popular and have their benefits and disadvantages. In this blogpost, we’ll try to present a fair comparison of Python and PHP, taking into account a number of factors which you should consider when choosing the language for your new software project.
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Even though both PHP and Node.js can manage apps of any complexity, they are built around different concepts and architectures. If you are an app owner choosing between these two environments, you should be aware of their major advantages and limitations.
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I’ve used Rails now for about three and a half years, two of which have been as a developer at Netguru. But before Netguru, I was a PHP developer for 5 years in various companies. I had been trying my strength in C, C++, Java, and other languages, but I couldn’t find one that fit me. It was a hard decision to switch to a different language and start all over again from scratch, but looking back on it now, I can say it was worth it.
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