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What is Net Neutrtality?

Posted on : 2015-04-16 By : ShreeSoftech

the principle that Internet service providers should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, and without favouring or blocking particular products or websites.
When the internet started to take off in 1980s and 1990s, there were no specific rules that asked that internet service providers (ISPs) should follow the same principle. But, mostly because telecom operators were also ISPs, they adhered to the same principle. This principle is known as net neutrality. An ISP does not control the traffic that passes its servers. When a web user connects to a website or web service, he or she gets the same speed. Data rate for Youtube videos and Facebook photos is theoretically same. Users can access any legal website or web service without any interference from an ISP.

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Moving from Scratch to the FrameWork : Towards a professionalism

Posted on : 2015-04-03 By : ShreeSoftech

Hello, Everyone. It feels good with working in raw PHP scripting language but for a limited time of amount until you have not got enough of the scratch programming.
Well, As a beginner you can not directly jump to the framework, before this you must have an adequate knowledge of core programming. When you're done with it ,you're than ready to move to the framework.

Now, You will have several questions on your mind spinning. Don't worry your every question will be answered as soon as you complete this :)

First of Let's Understand, What is a FrameWork? and Why to use

I'm not going to COPY and PASTE the answer here! Rather i'd simplify it in my own words.
Framework is a bunch of ready to use functionality of the core programming language which are most often used in several applications, say for instance, Pagination, File Manipulation, Form Validation and so on. Framework eases all such kind of works with predefined functions in several libraries.
Using this in our web applications will reduce the time of development, amount of coding and also increase the scalability and security. Hope This will answer your question about why to use it.

Choosing a Right FrameWork for our application?

Presently, There are several Frameworks available for PHP Scripting language on internet today. Most of them are proficient in their own way. It totally depends on your application and fluency on it. I would like to mention one or more Frameworks here :

1.Laravel 2.CodeIgniter 3.cakePHP 4.Symfony 5.Zend Framework 6.Phalcon 7.Yii 8.Aura 9.Fat-Free 10.PHP-MVC and lot more..

Most of the framewroks mentioned above supports the MVC Architectural development pattern which is the greatest benefit of using a framework for your application. This will hide the underlying structure of the application from the end users of the application and provides the flexibility.
MVC is the abbreviation of the Model, View, Controller. Here
Model :
The Model is the name given to the permanent storage of the data used in the overall design. It must allow access for the data to be viewed, or collected and written to, and is the bridge between the View component and the Controller component in the overall pattern.
View :
The View is where data, requested from the Model, is viewed and its final output is determined. Traditionally in web apps built using MVC, the View is the part of the system where the HTML is generated and displayed. The View also ignites reactions from the user, who then goes on to interact with the Controller. The basic example of this is a button generated by a View, which a user clicks and triggers an action in the Controller.
Controller :
The final component of the triad is the Controller. Its job is to handle data that the user inputs or submits, and update the Model accordingly. The Controllerís life blood is the user; without user interactions, the Controller has no purpose. It is the only part of the pattern the user should be interacting with.

MVC is a really good way to begin producing clean, scalable, powerful, fast code in the least amount of time with the least amount of effort. Some MVC frameworks do not contain all of these features, most contain one or two. My advice is experiment with a few MVC frameworks and find one that works for you.


There are many PHP frameworks available today, and thus developers are sure to find a framework that fits there needs in terms of features, support, speed, scalability and more. Some of the top PHP frameworks used by developers today include: Laravel, Codelgniter, The Zend Framework, CakePHP, Symfony, Yii and lot more.