How does Laravel earn money?

The prosperity of Laravel as a structure is partially given that he oversaw a similar product. They have fabulous marketing and it is advertised as a product, even if a large part of awareness is provided by blog entries to force people from the PHP community. Anyone who uses the system can pay and to use the most ideal in the world of Laravel as assets the locusts, fashion, send. Continue reading

What is NOLOH?

NOLOH, ( which stands for Not One Line Of HTML, is an event-driven, lightweight, on-demand, object-oriented web development platform which allows you to develop your websites or applications in a unified server-side codebase, while maintaining the agility to extend your application as you see fit, including implementing existing HTML, third party modules, and safely interacting with JavaScript. Continue reading

Why Web Platform War is Over: PHP Won!

Truey, there was never a web platform war, at least for most PHP developers.

In fact, happens is that PHP gathered so much popularity, that people that prefer other languages often engage in argument wars against PHP just because PHP popularity compromises the chances of their preferred getting more popular. So in the minds of the fans of those other languages, they are in a war against PHP. Continue reading

WordPress Security Guide

WordPress is the most popular CMS on the web and is now powering over 26.3% of all websites. Since it holds such a large piece of the market share it brings additional security concerns and increases your risk of attack when vulnerabilities are discovered. Follow our complete guide below on what you can do to harden your WordPress security and help prevent yourself from getting hacked or becoming a victim of the next brute-force attack.

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CMS Security Comparison – Joomla, WordPress, Drupal

All open source CMS projects have some of the same security liabilities.  Anything that is popular can be taken advantage of when there is a known vulnerability.  All three of them can be made to be pretty safe. (If you keep up with the updates!) What’s usually overlooked, though, is that the real issue is with how hosting providers set up their servers. One of the main issues there is setting the rights to the file system correctly, so the CMS allows you to upload files or modify them; without granting access to everyone on the same server (or the whole world). This is more of an issue with how the provider has implemented its LAMP stack than a particular PHP CMS. Lets check comparison of security between Joomla, WordPress and Drupal. Continue reading

Which is better Drupal or WordPress?

Drupal butts heads with WordPress for a long time. Drupal along with WordPress are very popular content management systems (CMS) with open source code. Each of them has its own community, a huge number of free modules / plugins, themes and lots of ready-made solutions to create a fully functional website. Both CMSs are acknowledged to be one of the most popular engines in the world for the website development. So lets know what is better drupal or wordpress by its pros and cons as mentioned below. Continue reading