php-vs-node

PHP vs Node.js – Which to Pick to create the Back-end for your website?

We are comparing Node.js and PHP and we are not comparing about the pros and cons of each rather we have specific points on which we want to give certain stars and rating to each of these stack now I will be comparing based on variety of things like release dates popularity project scope what is the current job market and future scope which I personally think about Node.js and PHP but before we move on further that it should be noted it is highly dependent on the project and what work you are doing on the node.js or PHP I will also discuss that in a further later on in this video but just to give you a simple very simplistic example let’s just say I have a product and I want to design a landing page on that product I would never use node.js for designing such a small landing page with just a contact form no GS is like a very big tool to design such kind of a simple simple thing here so in this case PHP or maybe other services could be a write use on the other hand if my product is little bit more complex and I don’t I know what exactly I am doing about that may be video streaming subscription service and a whole lot of that I would prefer probably no chairs or I will think about what more stacks I can explore so this is going to be the whole video about no GS vs. PHP on some specific points which will help you to understand and picking up write stack and in the right order so let’s get started and talk about nodejs and PHP after this intro [Music] [Applause] [Music] I am pretty sure that you have read some of the comparison between node.js and PHP in the past and there is absolutely a guarantee that there is one point which always comes up which is using the CPU resources more efficiently yes I do agree that node.js some of these architecture lags in utilizing the CPU architecture and CPU resources properly and some of the examples that I’ve seen online say is that if I want to do something like image processing this nodejs is not an ideal thing because it doesn’t use the CPU intensive things quite nicely but my point is neither PHP is also good for using such kind of thing for image processing definitely there are better stacks or maybe better api is that I can use for using and doing these kinds of very intense work which uses a lot of CPU work so we will not be comparing our entire things based on CPU resources pros and cons rather I would like to compare node.js and PHP on some of the points and criterias that I think are best and we’ll be evaluating both of them based on that so let’s get started so just like always let the match begin and of course there might be a match in the comment section as well for designing the pros and cons of a node.js in PHP but without any further ado let’s get started on the left hand side we have got the legendary node Cheers it would not be good to call it legendary because it’s fairly new so let’s call it as a new contender node.js and the legendary old-school PHP on the right hand side so we’re gonna be making a comparison based on that now as you know me I always like to put up one criteria here which is a release date now here is the point a lot of you might be thinking hey there’s a clear-cut winner here which is PHP because the release date was pretty much earlier in the PHP almost since we have known the web while no Jesus is a fairly new competitor but there’s a twist here I would not give my star easily to PHP in this case rather I would like to put my star on node.js what I have felt over working with both the languages and both the kind of a frameworks tax I have realized that no GS is far more easier in the release date and they are taking full advantage of the release date since they came up a little bit late their server client architecture is much more nicer as well as some of the support like AWS lambdas and some of the Google console is nicely integrated with no chairs definitely it can be done in the PHP but it’s much more trickier and I enjoyed working on the node chairs and I enjoyed every single thing in here especially the hey W support is just killing in the node tier so that’s why the release date although they came up late but they are taking full advantage of coming up late and giving us all the things that were missing in the previous one so that’s why the release date star goes to node.js next up is going to be the community now although the community support for both of them are pretty amazing we have a huge number of people working in no chairs as well as PHP but in this case my star will go for the community on the PHP now there is a reason behind that now although there are a lot of things and in fact almost everything that you can search on github and can find it on the node chairs but still the web is totally full of the code and architectures and whatever you need actually in the PHP can be find on the web and definitely you can modify it you can adjust it and can use in your application and that’s why my star is going on the PHP the world is definitely or rather it would be accurate to say the internet is totally full of articles blogs about PHP and step-by-step tutorials and everything in fact there are so many answers already being answered so many questions already being answered on the PHP that definitely I cannot give start to node.js here definitely community is not shorter on this side as well but since being so much of the presence on the Internet I have to give the start to PHP here next and very very big thing is the product so what product you are designing or what product you are creating is going to be the heavy factor of choosing the start for node.js or the PHP and just like I previously mentioned it all depends on what kind of product you are designing for example if I have to create a simple blog page where my goal is that I will hire a team of five or six percent who are gonna write a tech blog on that I would never go for node.js architecture surely I can design my customized blogs and platforms and user privileges and all of these things in no chairs but why to reinvent the wheel when already such frameworks are dominant and are very popular and very stable as well in the PHP on the other hand if I had to design a product which is going to take advantage of the API is on every scale and I want to create a product in which I will be throwing API on the web on Android and iOS I would rather choose no GS on that product because definitely it can be done in the PHP but it is much more fun and much more less complex to do that in that in the node.js so I would rather go for no GS so giving a star based on product that what product you are designing to no js’ or PHP is not a accurate thing I would not give a star to any of them but still I would say just decide sit down and decide what is your product and what people say about this product about in the market whether you should go for PHP or know chess it should never be a decision about hey I love PHP I’m gonna do everything in PHP this should never be the case so sit back design decide what is going to be your product what should be the future of your product how much scalability you are going to be having now with this I would like to also break a myth here that a lot of people think that PHP and MySQL is ultimate combination and no GS is is an ultimate combination yes it is but it doesn’t mean that you cannot work with Monk with Node.js and MySQL and PHP and MongoDB the database is just a totally separate thing and most of the popular database have a good support for nodejs and PHP this means you can use MySQL with no chairs and PHP as well and you can use MongoDB with node.js and PHP as well so this is not a good criteria to judge anybody since we are talking about the product the next criteria would like to pick up is going to be the production now moving a project from the localhost to actual production I am talking about the learning curve of that and how much does it take to move your project from localhost to actual production where people can use it now for the PHP the learning curve is much more easier and there are so many things available on like like GoDaddy Hostgator Bluehost and probably hundreds of such website which provide hosting there now definitely hosting in the PHP is much more cheaper as compared to node.js and putting up your project online for node.js requires a little bit of extra skill sets you need to have a little bit knowledge about git should be comfortable of working with command line and then it’s just a breeze but again not everybody is comfortable working with the command line so in this case I would like to give that how easy it is to move your project from localhost to actually production is with the PHP because a lot of people don’t even know how to host a PS how to host a node.js project whether to use 0qu or AWS once when you understand once you do it it’s super easy but again since a lot of people are big nerd I would give that moving up moving a project from localhost to production is gonna go on the PHP side a lot of people I know are actually enterpreneurs or want to design a product that’s gonna be used thousand by thousands of people and they want to launch their company the one of the Marine deciding factor is gonna be actual cost so what is actual cost actual cost means how much is going to take to put your project on to online how much resource is gonna be consumed how much monthly bill is it going to generate as well as how much costly it is to hire a talent in this case I would say that PHP is much more on the cheaper side yes it’s kind of a bad news for developers as I say that PHP developers are being paid less sidebar a very quick sidebar here I’m not saying that always PHP developers are being paid less I would easily pay a PHP developer higher if he is having like five or ten years of experience on the other side I have another developer who is having just one years or 1.5 years of experience in no chairs that PHP developer is definitely far more advanced and can pick up anything at all so it’s not a comparison between two people but let’s just say it’s an honest fact here that PHP developers are paid a little bit less compared to the node cheers for an actual cost of designing a project if you are moving on to the node chair stack you have to pay a higher salary to your developers who are skilled and good enough in no chairs but on the other side the cost actually increases a little bit more if you move your project to production as well because these digitalocean a tableau as Oroku all of these are not cheap at all so if I have to think from the business side I would easily give this star to PHP because it’s much more cheaper but since a lot of people who are watching this video are students I would give the node G as a bigger star because you’re going to get amazing salary and working on these heroic weird of us is more our advanced so you’re gonna learn more so star goes to know Dias last but not the least which is going to decide a lot about picking up which stack is going to be the trend with the trend without a doubt I can give the star to Node.js quite easily whether whatever the website you look up for deciding the trends whether that Stack Overflow stacks or maybe any other stacks it’s pretty easy that the rise of the MongoDB can be seen pretty easily a lot of websites lot of startups lot of big nerds and even the rock-solid companies are moving over the node.js architecture because it is so much easier for them to manage and of course nodejs is rising because of the JavaScript as well I do agree there are a lot of people who hate JavaScript absolutely but we cannot deny the fact that JavaScript is dominating in the market right now that so many frameworks so many developers it’s just rotting the market so easily for the trend thing my star is gonna go to no js’ so on the conclusion side.