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I am a rookie in Php development, but I am quite determined to get good at programming, especially server-side. Hence, I am opting for a steep learning curve.
I am trying to develop a webapp in Php where users can design items (say a saucer or a table) and choose properties like colour, shape, and then the system has to adapt the display of the image according to the selected properties.
I need help with advice to the general architecture especially with the language best for writing code for the logic. Also, if there can be assistance with codes which I can apply and learn from, I will deeply appreciate it.
I have critically considered client-side versus server-side options for the rendering of the pages, but I am not sure which will be better, although I think I am leaning towards client-side in order to harness the potentials of JavaScript (so the app can take all of the data from user selections and pass them to the server less often. If I were to use Server-side for this, it means the app would have to load for every specification or formatting option which the user selects, and this can be an irritating experience for the User).
But here, I am faced with the challenge of implementation, and integrating it with an MVC framework, preferably Angular JS.

What I have tried:

I have considered Php, but it seems Php is not adapted for such project.
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Updated 28-Nov-18 7:43am

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I am trying to develop a webapp in Php where users can design items (say a saucer or a table) and choose properties like colour, shape, and then the system has to adapt the display of the image according to the selected properties.

The "customer" side of this is going to be HTML, JavaScript, and some CSS; and how your application stores is could be PHP, ASP.NET, Python or some other server side language. This is relatively easy when it comes to Web Applications

The actual selections are going to on an HTML form, and the requirement of displaying the changes will take some JavaScript to swap images based on the selected items.
 
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