On Friday, 16 September 2016 at 12:46:34 UTC, Martin Tschierschke wrote:
The "only" problem is you have to build your layout twice,
in php and as diet template. :-(


You also have to manage URLs across different codebases. I'd recommend against splitting up a frontend like that because it adds a lot of extra overhead. But creating a new backend server isn't so expensive (not free, but not so expensive). For example, I once wrote a thin proxy server in node.js for a third-party service that only supported node.js. It wasn't as nice as a native solution would have been, but, hey, it worked.

Of course, with PHP it doesn't have to be a server. A script might be simpler.

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