Phalcon and Laravel are comparable as how easy they are to use. They are both well-designed. Laravel on one hand  is written entirely in PHP. Phalcon is written in C and is installed as a PHP extension. In Phalcon, project has almost no files to start with. One can use opcode cache with Laravel, but […]

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REST is an architectural style that uses simple HTTP calls for inter-machine communication instead of more complex options like CORBA, RPC, or even SOAP. Using REST means your calls will be message-based and reliant on the HTTP standard to describe these messages. Using the HTTP protocol means REST is a simple request/response mechanism. Each request […]

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An API  (Application Programming Interface) is best thought of as a contract provided by one piece of computer software to another. API is a set of routine  definitions, protocols, and tools for building software and applications. A good API makes it easier to develop a program by providing all the building blocks, which are then put together by […]

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