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Old 06-23-2014, 07:07 PM   #1
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What code this application JOOMLA runs on?

Does anyone know If Joomla 3.0 is based on JAVA? So, Is it a web / JAVA code based application? correct? So, It is running JAVA in behind the scenes.

Can a web-based applications run on C++ OR C# C-Sharp or any other language such as Java, PHP, or whatever supports web based applications for example, Amazon, EBAY, or Newegg???

Thanks in advance

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Joomla is written in PHP and any Joomla plugins would be a mixture of PHP with eg. javascript. You can write web applications in a number of languages. For example the following web frameworks use Python: django, flask, CherryPy, Web2Py. For a full list of web frameworks and languages used see:


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