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PHP development services

All you Need to Know About PHP development services

When building a website or web application, PHP is often used. This language is easy to learn and uses the standard syntax. Almost anyone can create a web page with a PHP file. Because PHP is free to use, there are few barriers to entry. Outsourcing is the most cost-effective option because PHP development is done in-house. Moreover, a developer can choose a cheap, yet effective development model based on… Read More »All you Need to Know About PHP development services

PHP Application Development

PHP application development for enterprises

PHP application development is one of the most popular languages for web development. The framework consists of various components and can run on multiple platforms. It is highly customizable and supports a number of popular features. For instance, PHP can be used for sending cookies, collecting form data, opening files on the server, and encrypting data. Aside from that, it is extremely easy to learn and use. To start PHP… Read More »PHP application development for enterprises

offshore php development

How to offshore PHP development

The many US and European companies prefer to outsource their PHP projects because of the low cost and high quality of their programming. However, a PHP development project that falls short of expectations can put a strain on the budget and delay the project. To avoid this situation, you can find an offshore PHP development partner who shares these goals. By hiring the right offshore PHP developer, you can enjoy… Read More »How to offshore PHP development

Autoloading: Symfony vs Yii

PHP Autoloading consists about including files in an automated manner, using the __autoload magic function which is automatically called if there is a class or a interface that hasn’t been defined yet. This is the recommended aproach instead of using a long list of includes at the beginning of each file. Both symfony 1 and Yii implement autoloading to avoid you the annoyances of requiring files by hand. Let’s see how each one implements it for you:… Read More »Autoloading: Symfony vs Yii

Symfony2, PhpBB4 and Drupal8

The last week I attended Drupal Latino conference. It was an interesting experience and I met really nice people, however a question arose in my head after attend the first session about Drupal architecture. They started talking about Drupal 7. I’m not pretty much informed about the Drupal releases and its features, but I thought they would say something like Drupal 7 will be based on a new generation framework. They said nothing… Read More »Symfony2, PhpBB4 and Drupal8

Nice urls with symfony

Usually when working with symfony, when the time comes to deploy the application, one problem arises, the urls. While developing a normal url could be: http://www.jnieto.org/web/index.php/articles/my_first_article Two elements are not welcome here: index.php and web/ Index.php/ To get rid of index.php a setting must be configure in the settings.yml file from the config folder:   prod: .settings: no_script_name: true   Now after cleaning the cache the annoying index.php is gone. Note: Just an application can have this setting… Read More »Nice urls with symfony

Process Requirements in software engineering

To develope a successful system requirements must be gathered in the best way possible. Requirements fall into two categories: functional and non-functional. We will talk about non-functional: In a previous post we talked about Product Requirements, now it is the time to talk about Process Requirements. Process Requirements are those constraints and features that should be fulfill in the development process. There are three types of Process Requirements: Delivery Requirements Usually… Read More »Process Requirements in software engineering