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I use laravel for a few years now and I'm very happy with that framework. Documentation can be found on If you need only backend functionality for maybe an API there is also a smaller and lighter version available called lumen. Infos at There are also many other ones like or https://...


React uses native Javascript. Use it with React Native for mobile apps. If you need to package Desktop apps as well then maybe packaging the React app with Electron might be an option.


If your needs are relatively simple, AutoHotkey or AutoIt could fit the bill. Yeah, they are best known as tools for automating other GUIs, rather than writing your own; but each one is a full-fledged programming language with its own GUI facilities. They each come with a compiler which generates small, standalone executable binaries.

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