Databases, PHP Frameworks, and MCV Architecture
PHP is a server-side scripting language that was specifically designed and built for the web. Websites and applications such as WordPress and Facebook use PHP. Thanks to its transparency, ease of installation and deployment, and availability of great, modern frameworks, PHP has not lost any steam to more lightweight server-side languages that have been adopted for the web over the years.
PHP has also kept its edge thanks to the development of modern frameworks such as Codeigniter, cakePHP and Laravel which make developing custom applications easier and more powerful. A framework is a collection of libraries of common functions widely used by developers. PHP frameworks save developers lots of time by decreasing the need to write repetitive code. In other words, it provides structure.
Most of the Open Source PHP frameworks follow the MVC architecture. MVC stands for Model View Controller. MVC is an architectural pattern that splits an application into three main logical components. The Model handles all data-related logic the user works with. The View handles all UI application logic. Last but not least, the Controller acts as an interface between the Model and the View by processing incoming requests. At Webmantica™, we specialize in custom application development utilizing PHP frameworks. We have built a wide variety of applications from social networks to payment processing systems.
Custom Application Development
Our specialty is building web applications from scratch. We have developed a wide variety of custom web applications, from social networks to search engines and ecommerce websites. We utilize the latest PHP frameworks and technologies to deliver high performing top-notch web applications built to your specs. We delight in creating elegant, advanced websites. Period.