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Is there a stable Programming Language for Web Programming?

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A renowned PHP user once said: There will be a relaunch in 2 years, anyway.

Those times are gone. Web applications that are older than 5 years are common. With the original developer(s) gone.

The release cycles of the operation system, programming language, and framework are getting in the way of doing real work, if you don't have a big staff.

Is there any way to develop something that doesn't need constant porting to the next level, without the fear of losing support and backing in a community? For people who want to stay in programming instead of climbing the corporate ladder and leaving the problems to the next "generation"?
Post Mon Apr 29, 2013 6:35 am
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I think HTML5 utilised with CSS3 is going to be the best option for most, being the most current language and cross-browser friendly one available at that.

Of course I don't think there will ever be a solution that doesn't need updating or changing, mainly because the internet is an every moving target, with updates coming from programmers and search engines all the time.

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Post Mon May 20, 2013 8:42 am
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Thinking in the technical line - No

Where technology comes in, innovation and upgrading it to meet the standards of the next generations lies symbiotic. Only a recipe to your favorite meal can stay intact over years and years to come, not something technical like programming languages. Every new device has to be "programmed". Every website is "programmed". Any machinery or equipment is programmed, and thus if the devices that use programming are in the process of constant relaunches and up-gradations, why not the language itself?
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