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Fixing Ajax Call Issue in IE7 to Display Latest Tutorial Video Listings

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. This site has been developed using latest technologies. In particular, the issue that client was facing was in Ajax calls….

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Remote Server Automation and Deployment with Capistrano

Capistrano is a tool used for remote server automation and deployment, written in Ruby. It uses SSH to connect with server for performing various operations and Rake to define tasks required to perform deployment on a specific server. To automate repetitive deployment tasks, it can also be used for any language or framework including Java, PHP….

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Using MEAN Stack to Develop a CMS Portal

To improve operational efficiency, a CMS portal (Software Quality Management System) was required that would streamline quality management processes. This system was anticipated to manage large amounts of content for different projects. The following features were required: A Statistics display using charts or tabular form Graph updates as per analytics….

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Exporting Telerik Reports to A Stable RTF/Word Format

A web-based, commercial and SBA lending software required vteam #397 to develop an export feature that could convert Telerik Reports to a stable Rich Text Format (RTF). Reason being the Telerik Reports were not being generated in a suitable format when exported to RTF or Word. Whether users were creating a new mapping mechanism for filling a Word….

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Developing A Recurring Cart Extension for Placing Orders in Magento

vteam #602 was required to develop a recurring cart extension for Magento. The client wanted its customers to place orders automatically using a Cron script. Creation of recurring cart functionality was a straight forward task. But the payment method for automatic orders was problematic. vteams engineer Tahir Yasin had to use Authorize.Net CIM Payment….

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Implementing Observer Pattern in Ruby

Software design patterns help to speed up the development process. These have been proven and tested in this field while resolving specific problems in the best possible way. These patterns are abstract solutions that can be mapped in myriad situations and are classified in the following categories: Behavioral patterns Structural patterns Creational patterns….

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Parsing and Retrieving Emails from Gmail Inbox Using PHP5 IMAP

Recently, one of our clients requested a functionality to parse and retrieve emails from his Gmail inbox using PHP that should be based on the email content. vteams engineer completed this request using Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) – an Internet standard protocol used by e-mail clients to retrieve e-mail messages from a mail server over a TCP/IP….

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Shifting Pets Marketplace from WordPress to Laravel

vteam #496 was required to work on developing a central marketplace for pet lovers. This central hub would enable pet owners to buy pet products from nearby service providers. These service providers would get pet products from different manufacturers and distributors. The main target was to achieve nearby radial search and listings. It was a challenging task….

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Using Elastic Search with Symfony 3

vteam #620 was required to develop a pilot project to check the possibility of processing large number of records that are created by consuming various contact APIs. The objective of this project was to build a system that will be able to fetch (from API), transform, store and retrieve large amount of data. The main idea was to gather a person’s social info….

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Using CircleCI with your PHP Application

CircleCI is a tool which provides us with the functionality to merge, test and deploy code automatically on the server. This helps in minimizing testing and deployment time with no errors. CircleCI is integrated with GitHub using webhook and performs all the functionality on its end. When you push ‘commit to GitHub’, CircleCI starts an action to pull down….

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