Rails 4.0: Final version released!

Rails 4.0: Final version released!
Rails 4.0 is finally ready after a thorough process of betas and release candidates. It’s an amazing new version packed with new goodies and farewells to old features past their expiration date. A big focus has been on making it dead simple to build modern web applications that are screaming fast without needing to go ...

Yii2 migrates from PHP to Ruby – 1 April

Yii2 migrates from PHP to Ruby - 1 April
Yii is a high-performance PHP framework best for developing Web 2.0 applications. Yii comes with rich features: MVC, DAO/ActiveRecord, I18N/L10N, caching, authentication and role-based access control, scaffolding, testing, etc. It can reduce your development time significantly. Three steps to build your application rapidly: You create the database; Yii generates the base PHP code; You customize ...

OpenErp : Open Source Business Applications

OpenErp : Open Source Business Applications
OpenERP is a comprehensive suite of business applications including Sales, CRM, Project management, Warehouse management, Manufacturing, Financial management and Human Resources just to name a few. Over 700 OpenERP modules are available on Launchpad Modular : OpenERP’s unique modular approach allows customers to start with one application and add other modules later. Customers keep the ...

New Relic : A Developer’s Best Friend

New Relic : A Developer’s Best Friend
New Relic : Web Application Performance Management (APM) & Monitoring. One tool, multiple languages! New Relic is multi-platform and works on today’s most popular languages and frameworks. Ruby PHP Python Java .Net Get real-time end user experience monitoring Real-time production monitoring of page load times by app, network, DOM processing and page rendering Page load ...

PHP – Interview Questions

What are the differences between GET and POST methods in form submitting, give the case where we can use get and we can use post methods? On the server side, the main difference between GET and POST is where the submitted is stored. The $_GET array stores data submitted by the GET method. The $_POST ...