Evolution of method invocation and object instantiation patterns in a PHP ecosystem

@inproceedings{Kyriakakis2016EvolutionOM,
  title={Evolution of method invocation and object instantiation patterns in a PHP ecosystem},
  author={Panos Kyriakakis and Alexander Chatzigeorgiou and Apostolos Ampatzoglou and Stelios Xinogalos},
  booktitle={PCI},
  year={2016}
}
PHP is one of the most frequently used scripting languages for server-side programming, since approximately 75% of successful web applications have been developed with PHP. The main benefits of PHP are its low learning curve and the rich variety of dynamic features that it offers. These benefits have contributed towards the development of a large community of programmers around PHP, which in turn created a vast ecosystem of applications and frameworks. In this study we have empirically… CONTINUE READING

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