Today I’d like to describe a complex web application that I built from scratch over a year ago and continue to update on a regular basis. It was created for a live music company here in New York City that provides bands for weddings and other events. They are in high demand and have dates scheduled years in to the future.
I’ve just completed a project for the NYU Tisch School of Acting Graduate program Alumni Association or GAAA: http://gradactingalumni.org. I built a custom social networking application using the Symfony framework. I also created a plugin for WordPress that makes it user authentication system rely on the Symfony user login control.
I have just completed a project that involved the integration of the 3.
While there is a little technical jargon here I think that anybody who is at all involved with the development, or expansion of a web application needs to read this. I know exactly the kind of situation he is talking about…
“The problem is that PHP is just too easy. It tempts you to try out your ideas, and flatters you with good results. You write much of your code straight into your Web pages, because PHP is designed to support that. You add the heavier code to functions in library files, and before you know it you have a working Web application.