So, the other day I was thinking about the Joomla Software package, and its parent framework, XHTML. In looking at the two closely, one has to wonder how they have changed over the years, but there is no way to decide that until one takes a look at what has happened. As you will see, there has been a huge overhaul of the core code of the frameworks over the years.
When the first version of Joomla was released in 2020, it was based on PHP. This, however, was not enough for some big companies who needed something that was faster. PHP just wasn’t fast enough.
At the time, the two most popular languages used were C++ and Perl. The Joomla developers realized that the people that were using PHP were not really developers. If these people didn’t use their system, then they weren’t really users either.
The developers looked at all of the PHP applications that were available and decided that they should be incorporated into Joomla. What they came up with was called PSD, or PHP Scriptable HTML. So, what they did was make an extension for the software that allowed it to be used in HTML formats.
The big companies saw the benefits of the PSD extension and took full advantage of it. Now, if you wanted to use Joomla, you could put all of your content in an HTML format. This allowed a lot of companies to be able to grow without spending a lot of money to maintain a site.
With the introduction of Joomla, one thing became clear, WordPress was not going to go away. While some people may have thought that this would be the end of WordPress, it did nothing of the sort. WordPress has proved to be a very useful platform, and continues to grow every year.
There is an argument that WordPress just went mainstream with the release of WordPress.com. The simple truth is that when WordPress.com was launched, there was only one of its kind, and now there are thousands of them. It has become so popular that a number of companies have decided to go ahead and use it as their own format.
The biggest difference between WordPress and Joomla is that WordPress runs on its own server. Joomla is hosted on the same server as a website. There are however differences in what each of these platforms can do.
Both Joomla and WordPress allow a number of plug-ins to be used on the site. These plug-ins are made up of scripts that run within the page, and are typically made up of additional features, or improvements. These include things like shopping carts, shopping carts for product pages, or many others.
While Joomla and WordPress allow for extensions, WordPress provides a number of built-in social networks and communities that have become very popular. A good example of this is Twitter, and what the Joomla social networking plug-in does.
You can also use many of the same tools from WordPress, and so it is possible to create a full-blown social network within WordPress. This is done through adding Facebook, Twitter, or other social networking applications to the sidebars or content of a blog.
If you take a look at the two most popular sites out there today, Joomla and WordPress, they have evolved a great deal over the years. It will be interesting to see where the trends take us in the next few years.