Posts Tagged: Implementation Notes

Migrating Data from RDBMS to Graph Database

vteam #679 has been working on a client’s web application of data analysis. This application is able to sift through the vast amounts of information available to its users through social media, news and blogs and identify trends and patterns. In the previous article, graph database was implemented using Neo4j and Python. Now the client wanted vteams engineer….

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Using Soundex to Implement an Intelligent Search Feature

vteam #579 was hired to work on the project of a web based search engine application. In this application, the pre-stored database of businesses was categorized on the basis of the ‘business type’. The application users were facilitated to search for any business type stored in the database. The problem arose when the users tried to look-up for a business by typing….

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Using Neo4j and Python to Implement Graph Database

vteam #679 has been working on a client’s web application of data analysis. This application is able to sift through the vast amounts of information available to its users through social media, news and blogs and identify trends and patterns. In this article, you will learn to implement graph database using Neo4j and Python. Implementation: Graph data modeling….

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WPML – WordPress Multilingual Implementation

vteam #453 has been working on the project of a community website. The aim of this project was to incorporate international language support according to WordPress standards using the BuddyPress plugin. The WPML plugin was used to provide multilingual functionality to the site. WPML includes features like WPML String Translation and a core Translation….

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Using AWS S3 and Glacier as a Backup Solution

vteam #367 was hired to work on the client’s application which is a leading Learning Management System (LMS) for corporate training, higher education, and K-12 school districts. This LMS emphasizes a personal learning approach based on collaborative and interactive technology to develop life-long learners. The client wanted to provide his customers with….

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Scraping with Multiple TOR Instances

GOOGLE performs web scraping every single day to keep its index updated, to fetch different websites, for storing information and making it presentable to the viewer. Web scrapers can retrieve data at a much faster rate than human beings, so if bad scraping practices are used then it can impact the performance of the website being scraped. In this case, server….

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Managing JSON Taxonomy with Laravel and MongoDB

Managing a preformatted taxonomy (JSON Data) in a tree format with nth level nodes has never been easy, especially with MongoDB. Although there is no rocket science involved, while manipulating a nested array or tree in MongoDB having limited (up to 2) levels of nodes. Moreover, manipulation of multilevel trees requires some additional code implementations….

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Using Optimizely for A/B testing of Stripe Payment Gateway Forms

vteams #335 recently built an e-commerce site powered by WooCommerce, using Stripe as the payment gateway. Stripe provides pop-up forms and inline forms to perform the payment process. The team set up both forms for A/B testing directing 50% of the traffic on site to each type of form. The client wanted to engage users and see what form best fit….

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Implementing Caching and Pagination to a Web Based Application

vteam #679 was required to implement caching and pagination of a UI, within tabs and across tabs, to decrease latency in the client’s UX as per given requirements. The client’s project was a Django based web application, able to sift through the vast amounts of information available to users through social media, news and blogs to identify trends….

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Setting Up Doctrine2 ORM with Laravel 5

The Object Relational Mapper (ORM) for PHP sits on top of a powerful DataBase Abstraction Layer (DBAL). One of its key features is the option to write database queries in a proprietary, object oriented, SQL dialect called Doctrine Query Language (DQL), inspired by Hibernates HQL. This provides developers with a powerful alternative to SQL that maintains….

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