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PHP is one of the most exciting development in the area of open source development. Purecoders Solutions has developed numerous PHP applications ranging from shopping carts, content management systems, PHP forums, PHP newsletter, Autoresponder, ecommerce applications to big corporate intranets and database driven Financial applications.
All these applications were developed for Windows, Linux, Macintosh platform and the database used were MySql, etc.
Users buy and sell items using the eBay online interface, interacting with eBay directly. But with the eBay API, you communicate directly with the eBay database in XML format.
By using the API, your application can provide a custom interface, functionality and specialized operations not otherwise afforded by the eBay interface.
Web Development Company
At Purecoders, our vision is to emerge as a technology – driven dynamic organisation, who would offer innovative value added services to our customers ranging from diverse technical application support to effective manpower recruitment support, thereby strengthening the business day by day and earning the respect of our customers and stakeholders. We believe in the realization of our vision through our inherent values that have provided us with strength right from the outset.
Mysql Database, Aedating Application
AeDating is the most featured dating solution for personals, dating and matchmaking websites.
This is usefull for webmasters and businessmen willing to develop professional online dating business.
AeDating dating scripts offer the biggest number of features, low running costs and easiest site administration.
Main reason aeDating is so popular is that Dating Software is the only specialist in dating software development - we develops full-featured solutions
Corporate E commerce
" E-Commerce is a subset of business, where products and services are advertised, bought and sold over the Internet."
Many businesses have become extremely profitable through online sales. Small companies and even individuals can also market their products or services on a worldwide basis through e-commerce. Large companies can reduce sales and stocking costs by selling online.
Online commerce adds a new method, similar to a mail order catalogue. The business' sales department posts a Web site with an online catalogue.
The buyer then selects items from the online catalogue and makes the purchase, either online or by phoning or mail order.
Although the buyer is really using an online catalogue, the metaphor of browsing a store with a shopping cart of most often used in e-commerce. This allows the customer to put items in the shopping cart to hold until checkout or when the purchase is finally made.
A shopping cart is a piece of software that acts as an online store's catalog and ordering process. Typically, a shopping cart is the interface between a company's Web site and its deeper infrastructure, allowing consumers to select merchandise; review what they have selected; make necessary modifications or additions; and purchase the merchandise.
Shopping carts can be sold as independent pieces of software so companies can integrate them into their own unique online solution, or they can be offered as a feature from a service that will create and host a company's e-commerce site.
Certified for PHP
We are ExpertRating certified professionals.
ExpertRating is a trusted name on the worldwide web since 2001 and is certified for test and course development procedures under ISO 9001-2000 from TUV, Germany. ExpertRating upholds the rigorous business practices required to be both a BBB member and Square Trade vendor. ExpertRating ranks within the top 20,000 websites in the world in terms of traffic and popularity according to the Alexa Rankings as on 10/10/05).
Apache and IIS
IIS has been an optional component of the Windows Server operating systems since Windows NT 4.0. Back then, this was a basic Web server in the form of IIS 3.0. An Option Pack, released shortly after Windows NT 4.0 was released, included IIS 4.0 and was the first "real" version of IIS to be used heavily as a Web server platform.
IIS 5.0 was included in Windows 2000 in both the server and desktop versions, and the updated version, IIS 5.1, is incorporated into Windows XP. The changes between IIS 4 and IIS 5 are fairly minor.
Windows Server 2003 includes the new IIS 6.0, which is an almost complete rewrite from the previous editions. It sports a new execution model, better management facilities, and significantly increased performance.
Apache, on the other hand, has an older heritage, having been originally based on the httpd code that some would argue started the entire Web revolution in the first place. Apache 1.3.x, which was the production version until 2002, was a largely Unix product that used a number of tricks to enable it to execute within other operating systems, including Windows.