Prerana Singh

Most enterprise apps currently use relational databases like SQL, MariaDB, or MySQL due to their popularity and stable nature. However, developers face issues when they try to scale such databases. Furthermore, considering the recent breed of web applications that handle large data sets, developers are constantly looking for more scalable databases. This has attributed to… Read the rest of this entry »

One of the major reason developers are ignoring standard technology languages like PHP, is the issues faced with the vigor and scalability of the platform. CakePHP is one such robust open-source web framework which is stealing the limelight due to its MVC (model–view–controller) approach, styled on the lines of Ruby on Rails. Even though the… Read the rest of this entry »

Drupal is a content management software with a lot of useful and powerful features, like easy content authoring, reliable performance, and excellent security. The flexibility and modularity of Drupal is what gives the extra edge as a content management software. Its tools help us to build the versatile, structured content that dynamic web experiences need… Read the rest of this entry »

PHP is one of the most widely used server side languages. We’ve already got detailed documentation on how PHP can be easily integrated with FusionCharts using the FusionCharts-PHP wrapper. We also had a recent blog post on how you can use the Zend Framework (a cluster of PHP packages) with FusionCharts. PHP is fairly easy… Read the rest of this entry »