Along with PHP syntax being logical and well-organized, the command functions are easy to understand, as they tell the developer what function they perform.
The ability to make changes even after starting the project saves valuable time. A developer does not have to write fresh codes or command functions, as changes to the existing codes and functions can be done and used.
PHP is compatible with a large majority of operating systems. As it can be integrated without effort with other technologies, such as Java, existing software does not require re-development. This saves time & money.
It is scalable when used for writing codes or creating a large number of applications. It is the programming language of choice when a website has several web pages.
PHP is an open-source web language, hence is completely free. There is no expense involved in purchasing expensive licenses or software. It can work efficiently with different databases, such as MySQL, Apache, and PostgreSQL.
If PHP is not used properly, changes on security issues are higher then other languages. Less suitable for big enterprise development. Some php frameworks can cause poor performance if too many features are used.