Debates about which programming language is the best are always hard and heated. Likewise, there’s no ideal language that works for all web application project requirements. Wikipedia is written in PHP. Gmail is written in Java. Python is number one choice of Google and YouTube. Ruby is used to create Twitter and Hulu. Slashdot is… Continue reading Best Web programming languages: Python and Ruby. Are they worthy rivals for the title against PHP?
In our blog we’ve been talking a lot about best PHP frameworks, and many of them in particular: Yii, Symfony, Kohana. There are still lots of them, for sure, but today I’m going to focus on one of the most long-living and simplest ones – CodeIgniter or simply put-CI. A piece of dry facts about… Continue reading Why is CodeIgniter thought to be good?
This time I would like to tell you how to organize your startup if the bank or investor you referred to considered you project too risky for funding. Where to find the money to make the project happen? The way to get this problem solved is crowd funding - financial phenomenon that became so popular… Continue reading Launching Startup with Crowdfunding: does it work?
When selecting a web application framework for a particular development project, it’s very important to compare and consider the advantages and disadvantages of the different frameworks that are available. With so many PHP based web application frameworks, it can be difficult to choose one. For this blog post I’ll be focusing on a very promising… Continue reading Kohana: The Promising PHP framework