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Using Abstraction for Unit Testing in a Restaurant App

Unit testing is core implementation when it comes to the well organize architecture of any application. vteam #247’s client required an application for his restaurant business that would use a combination of different design patterns. In this way, different layers could be tested as independent components and he could make sure that no other part of the….

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Using Complete Source Code, with Database, to Develop an Offline Web Application

You might have heard of downloading the whole website for offline use with tools such as HTTrack, etc. Such tools only download the HTML pages, images or static data only. vteam #474 was required to develop an offline version of a web application. This particular application should have the functionality to be used in areas, where there is no internet facility. To….

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Using Network Merchants (NMI) Payment Gateway to Ensure Credit Card Compliance

vteam #579 was hired to integrate a robust, e-commerce payment solution. This NMI (Network Merchant) payment gateway was used to ensure that all Credit Card Compliances were met for the client. For a seamless User Experience and to protect data communication by keeping merchants from handling sensitive payment information, vteams engineer Mohsin….

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Using Angular2 to Convert JSON to CSV

vteam #492 was required to export CSV for the displayed lists of orders and companies at the front-end of a business development agency using Angular2. A custom solution had to be developed as Angular2 doesn’t provide a functionality to meet this requirement. Previously, the agency portal was getting JSON from Laravel web service API. To perform….

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Utilizing Kendo UI to Control Cost Per View and Improve UI in an SPA with Excessive JavaScript

A web-based, commercial, SBA lending, Software Company required vteam #397 to improve the design of its user interface within Single Page Application. One of the conditions of the project was to reduce development and maintenance cost, where heavy JavaScript was involved, without affecting the overall application architecture. JavaScript, in this….

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Implementing Unique URL and White Labeling Feature for a Credit Repairing Organization

vteam #472 has been using Microsoft MVC, Entity Framework and SQL Server for the product development of a Credit Repairing Organization in USA. The Client required vteams engineers to develop and implement the following features as part of Labeling and Portal Customization: Each Portal should have their own Custom URL Login and Other Pages should….

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Using Google Analytics superProxy to Enhance API Quota Limit

vteam #252 has been working on a client’s web application of tutorial videos for recording, mixing and production, which has been live for a decade. The application holds significant customer information, order history and video data over 350 GB. Users can subscribe for monthly or annual subscription and stream tutorials online, or else they can download….

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Using AngularJS to Develop a Simulation of Casino Slot Game

The client of vteam #559 wanted us to build a simulation of Casino Slot Machine Game with a detailed set of maths and logic. All the checks and logic should be based on a real arcade version of the game, placed in any USA casino. Additionally, the game had to fulfill laws enforced under US Federal Law of Gambling; like “No Natural Win” and “Must Win with….

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Multi-Tenancy System Migration With Separate Databases

Migrations are like version control for your database, as they allow you to easily modify and share your application’s database schema. In this article, we will focus on a few techniques used to deal with laravel multi-tenancy migration that has separate databases (master and child databases). Let’s say the existing system’s migration mechanism is to handle….

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Migrating LMS Data from SHOPP to WooCommerce Plugin

vteam #335 developed a learning management system (LMS) using WordPress and Shopp plugin as per the client’s requirements. The LMS itself comprised of the following features: A Shopping Cart for virtual courses Real-time Progress Tracking User Management Course Management Order Management . The website had a large number of subscribers as well as order….

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