What do you think, is it better
to have 1000 potential customers
or a few hundred millions?
Dynamic Sites
 
Monday December 17th, 2018   
  
  
  
  
 
In a dynamic site the contents are not stored in static files, but are generated on the fly based on information, generally taken from a database, which continuously evolves. The application field is limited only by your imagination.
A few examples:

  • E-Commerce
  • Remote contents editing
  • User Login and Security
  • Real-time Publications
  • Online booking
  • Auctions
  • User interaction
  • Financial Information
  • Online Applications
A classic Online store has:
  • Up-to-date Storefront
  • Backend Management section
  • Products/Services organized in categories
  • Support for e-commerce: Online purchases, promotions, Membership service, payments, coupons, gift certificates, currencies, e-Billing
Currently our preferred development method is based on a LAMP configuration (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP). We can use alternative development tools if required
Our own framework integrates a collection of modules and algorithms representing the core of the applications developed over the years, and allows us to easily integrate some common features such as customer relationship management, knowledge base, Accounting, Warehouse management and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). It is not a one-size-fits-all solution, but an unformed core of functionality ready to be modified to perfectly fit your exact requirements.
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