7 Common Problems Faced By e-Commerce Businesses

Date: August 30, 2018

  Since the outbreak of e-Commerce websites on the internet, it has been the brightest star in the sky. According to the reports in 2017, an estimated 1.66 billion people worldwide purchase goods online and the global e-retail sales amounted to 2.3 trillion U.S. dollars and projections show a growth of up to 4.48 trillion […]

How To Build A Quirky E-commerce Store And Win Easy

Date: July 11, 2018

Gone are those days when brick and mortar shops decorated with string lights used to be brimming with people checking on exclusive discounts and season special products just before Christmas. With 2017 turning out to have a growth rate of 24.8 percent in global e-retail sales, it is easily inferred that e-commerce will rule the […]

Top 5 PHP Frameworks

Date: September 15, 2016

PHP Frameworks are widely used for web applications development worldwide. With more than 80 percent of websites and applications built with PHP code, it features as one of the most dominant platforms as of now. If everything had to be developed using CorePHP then it would perhaps have not been so popular, since coding from scratch […]

How can you make a great 404 error page for your own...

Date: May 13, 2016

There is one fact that no internet user can deny that he or she has stumbled across a 404 page. No matter how irritating or annoying it may feel to land on an error page, you will come across it for sure. Now it is the caliber of the web design and development team to […]

All about Content Management system (CMS)

Date: March 11, 2016

Content Management system or CMS gives you the power to control and manage the content of your website. This quite an uncomplicated system is a boon to those website owners who do not have any technical training. They can easily add or delete images and edit text in their web site using CMS system. CMS […]

How we imply Agile in our development process

Date: October 6, 2015

What is Agile? Agile is an iterative approach to any software project that builds the final product incrementally in steps, instead of delivering it all at once. The project is broken into small bits of user functionality or features, prioritising them, working on each at a time and finally delivering them continuously in a short […]