PHP Developers

11 results from Eastern Europe

PHP - general purpose, agile scripting language, created with web development - particularly server-side scripting - in mind.

Aleksey S.

UA

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PHP Developer

I have 7+ years of commercial experience in web development;

Yaroslav Z.

UA

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PHP developer

I specialized in development e-commerce web-sites, portals, startups.

Aleksandr D.

UA

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PHP Developer

Lead Fullstack PHP programmer with extensive experience in developing, supporting and optimization e-commerce web-projects.

Dmitry P.

UA

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Php developer

I have over 10 years of experience in web development, programming, database design, support and start-ups.

Vitaly S.

UA

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PHP developer

Result-oriented developer with 5+ years of commercial experience PHP, Python, JS.

Alexey B.

UA

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Sr. Software Developer

More than 6 years in PHP (OOP)

Vladimir S.

UA

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Full-stack Developer

Great experience in development systems of business process automation

Alexandr H.

UA

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Front End developer

A good understanding of interface technologies, including HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript + frameworks.

Andrew K.

UA

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Front-end Developer (CSS3. HTML5. jQuery. Bootstrap. Jade. Scss. Gulp)

I’m a front-end developer. Responsible, work fast, make clear code (using BEM), like to work on beautiful animation projects.

Do you need a PHP developer in your project?

PHP is a popular, general purpose, agile scripting language. It’s open-source, and created with web development – particularly server-side scripting – in mind. It was actually one of the fundamental technologies in the development of many internet giants like Facebook, WordPress or Wikipedia.

It simplifies server-side development, and it’s one of the most widely used languages. The main difference between the same application written in PHP and, say, JavaScript, is that PHP executes code on the server, and only sends HTML files to the client. The client doesn’t see underlying server-side code responsible for generating those files.

Apart from server-side scripting, PHP can be used for command line scripting to build tools that automate tasks like simple text processing. PHP can also be used to build desktop applications with the PHP-GTK extension.

PHP supports the majority of web servers, like Nginx IIS and Apache, as well as all the most important operating systems, including Windows, OS X, Linux, and different Unix variations. It allows developers to use an object-oriented programming approach, a procedural approach, or a combination of both.

It can output HTML, images, PDFs, Flash movies generated in real time, text as XHTML and any XML file. PHP can be used to build a server-side cache for dynamic content.

This programming language also has support for all of the most relevant databases, with database-specific extensions. It can be hosted virtually anywhere, it’s platform-independent, and it is easy to scale.

PHP is safe for the server, because toxic requests can’t bring the whole server down, and request errors don’t affect it much.

What skills should a PHP developer have?

The most important skill is indeed a good understanding of the PHP programming language itself. Developers should know how to locate relevant documentation, what are the best practices, and how to improvise when best practices aren’t enough.

Another essential skill is knowing, and having experience with using different frameworks for PHP development. Each project has unique requirements, and every framework has a different set of applications – it’s important to know what to use in various situations, as there are plenty of them, like for instance:

 

  • Zend – designed for business applications, particularly within the shopping and automotive industries. Most reliable in larger apps, and its uniqueness comes from its modularity.
  • CakePHP – most applicable in small and medium business situations, and the shopping and entertainment industries.
  • CodeIgniter – especially useful in the travel, and shopping industries, as well as various other business projects of any size and complexity, from tiny to huge.
  • Laravel – most known for the speed with which it allows developers to roll out elegant apps, particularly useful for projects with very short deadlines.

 

PHP developers usually have experience in either database management, server technology or operating systems. A lot of developers who work with content management, or e-commerce systems need to know PHP, as it is at the foundation of many of those platforms – like Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, Magento, Zen Cart and MODx.

The best PHP developers will have worked in various projects and not just in website development. PHP is part of the LAMP technology stack (Linux / Apache / MySQL / PHP), so many PHP developers will be specialists in this popular back-end stack.

Technologies that PHP developers should know are the MVC Framework Architecture, JavaScript, HTML & CSS, jQuery, AJAX, and APIs.

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