LAMP Stack vs. MEAN Stack
In this post we have compared LAMP Stack vs. MEAN Stack. Both stacks have their own set of advantages and disadvantages, so the one you choose will largely depend on the type of web application that you’re looking to build.
MEAN is a
and web applications. Introduced in 2014, MEAN has transformed the way of
web development progresses. From client to server to
offers flexibility and simplicity that LAMP doesn’t.
In other technologies, there are different languages used for front-end and back-end but MEAN Stack is written in one language for both server-side and client-side execution. So that MEAN is very simple and easy to use and understand.
MEAN is comprised of four components which are as follow:
Database Manager – used by the back-end of an application to store the data.
A back-end web application framework used to host Node.js projects running on top of Node.js.
A front-end web application framework for building apps.
A runtime environment which runs server-side web applications which is the back-end process.
A LAMP Stack is a set of open-source software that can be used to create websites and web applications. It is Linux based web servers consist of four software components. These components, arranged in layers supporting one another, make up the software stack. Websites and Web Applications run on top of this underlying stack.
LAMP is an acronym for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP.
The operating system. It is the first layer that sets the foundation for the stack model. All other layers run on top of this layer.
HTTP Server resides on top of the Linux layer and responsible for translating from web browsers to their correct website.
The relational database management system that stores details that can be queried by scripting to construct a website.
The programming language. Websites and Web Applications run within this scripting layer.
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