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Generally, you use Web frameworks (or languages, in PHP's case) to serve and store persistent data. What do I mean by that? Well, Twitter is the go-to example. When you make a Tweet, that gets stored in a database somewhere. Then, when you look at the tweet again, it's loaded from the Database and sent to you. In your case, there is no need for persistent ...
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