I know repl supports php in general but from what I can tell repl doesn't seem to support the use of php in their "web project" language. I've tried inside html via
<?php?> and just making a separate file. Does repl support php in html and if not why?
We made some updates to PHP (well, we made two new "languages"):
https://repl.it/languages/php_cli - New and improved PHP language for command line interface shenanigans. Supports multiple files and syntax highlighting.
https://repl.it/languages/php7 - PHP Web servers! Just like other hosted repls, this allows you to write websites using PHP.
Hello again @CogantProductio !
One of our engineers built a quick PHP server using our experimental polygott option:
You can fork this and work with it. It is still effectively a beta, so I wouldn't build it into something that you need to have up 100% of the time.
Let us know if you run into any issues.
Also go vote here:
Repl.it does not, currently, support php in html. We'd like to add it (and not just to html), but we always have to decide what to prioritize. At this time, I can only tell you that it is on our radar, but we don't have an ETA for when it will be added.