Using Adobe Flash, Software Assurance can develop web applications. Various organizations take advantage of this platform through our Flash Development Team. With Flash, user experience is dramatically enhanced through personalized, multimedia-rich applications. Flash has features that help access server-side data.
Till now, PHP was mostly used for small-scale web portals. Now, it has effectively replaced most of the technologies that were used earlier for developing scalable portals. The portals that are developed using PHP involve a very large code-base. This large code base needs framework and workflow for easy code manageability. Our company has gained immense experience and mastered the use of existing frameworks to build custom MVC frameworks for development in PHP. The frameworks on which we have worked with are:
Cake PHP is an open source web application framework written in a PHP language. It is modeled after the concepts of Ruby on Rails. CakePHP uses well-known software engineering and software design patterns for configuration, model-view-controller, ActiveRecord, Association data Mapping and Front Controller. Many blogs and websites also use it.
Quick to build: code generation and scaffolding features speed up prototype building.
Inclusive of Batteries: The features that you may need as add-ons are built-in. Translations, database access, caching, validation, authentication and much more are all built into one of the original PHP MVC frameworks.
No Configuration: No complications such as XML or YAML files. The database is ready to go just after it is set up.
Clean MVC Conventions: With its conventions, CakePHP helps in guiding through application development. The user does not need to plan the development on his or her own.
Friendly License: CakePHP is suitable for commercial applications as it is licensed under the MIT license.
Secure: CakePHP comes with built-in tools for input validation, CSRF protection, form tampering protection, SQL injection prevention and XSS prevention. The features on CakePHP help keep applications safe and secure.
Zend Framework is an open source, object-oriented web application framework. It is used in PHP 5. Zend Framework requires PHP 5.2.4 or a version newer than 1.7.0. Previous versions required PHP 5.1.4. PHP 5.2.3 or later are the recommended sources for ZF security and performance improvement.
Features of Zend Framework
The features of Zend Framework are:
All the components are based on object-oriented PHP 5 and are E_STRICT compliant.
The architecture is very flexible and easily linked components result in minimal or no interferences.
Extensive MVC supporting designs as well as PHP-based default templates.
It supports multiple database systems and vendors including MariaDB, IBM DB2, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite and Infomix Dynamic Server.
Email composition as well as delivery by means of POP3, IMAP4 and mbox Maildir.
Flexibility in caching sub-system and support for diverse back-ends, like memory system or file system.