Can you really sell online

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Posted on 17th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Blogging

 

One such site where you can aquired a free eBay auction template is at rogersemall.com. They provide a great resource on the do’s and dont’s of online selling. Start out small, and then grow your business from there. Don’t try and get to the $100K mark your first month, as it will take time to evaluate the market and see what items sell the best, and more importantly which items are more profitable. If you are selling 1000 purses a month, but only making $2 per item, you are spending a lot time for little pay off. Research and use those free resources, and who knows maybe one day you will be holding your own seminars

Coach for performance

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Posted on 16th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Blogging

All it takes one small change in the way you approach life or particular task in life to make the difference between ordinary and extraordinary. While I was in sales I found myself getting in a rut, so a suggestion from my mentor was to write down a small goal that I wanted to achieve and put on my bathroom mirror so that I was sure to see it everyday. He told me not to make it too easy, but something that was attainable. It was shortly after that I approached my customers with more confidence and began to have the most successful year in my young career. A bio of a coach is one who pushes you to attain things that you would not normally think you could do. Business coaching is an art and those that can do it and inspires and motivate people have a gift. If you can impact and change just one persons life, then you have accomplished more than most people in this world today. All you need is the focus and will to succeed and your on the path to fulfilling your dreams.

Are you insured

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Posted on 16th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Blogging

With the elections starting to heat up many of the candidates are promising to fix our health care system and a few of the top candidates have mentioned socialized medicine. This has gotten may stirred up over what can be done to fix our health system. My vote would be less government and more competition. Our system while not perfect at least allows the market to help decide health insurance costs and keep prices in check. Many American are looking for ways to get better health care at a competitive cost. There are more and more sites that are offering a free health insurance quote to those that visit their site.

Sites like BUPA is one such site that offers not only free health insurance quotes but also disease state information for their customers. At their site you can find options for private health insurance where you can get different levels of coverage. You can find options that cover both inpatient and outpatient services and possibly coverage for a pre-existing condition. There are people available to talk to help you find the right coverage for you.

Proper web design for your online business

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Posted on 15th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Marketing

If have ever wondered how people make money by selling online through auction sites such as eBay you are not alone. There are hundreds of books and seminars that you can attend that will teach you the secret of the pros. What they don’t tell you is that the market is very competitive and if you are not careful you can invest a lot of money and not make a dime. You will pay these seminars several $100′s of dollars to learn stuff that you can get for free on the internet.

We have been researching various sites that cater to online ebay sellers to help create customized solutions. They provide a great resource on the do’s and dont’s of online selling. Start out small, and then grow your business from there. Don’t try and get to the $100K mark your first month, as it will take time to evaluate the market and see what items sell the best, and more importantly which items are more profitable. If you are selling 1000 purses a month, but only making $2 per item, you are spending a lot time for little pay off. Research and use those free resources, and who knows maybe one day you will be holding your own seminars.
Starting with a solid Web Design you can look like a big name company and start creating customer loyalty. I started selling odds and ends online a few years and thought I was going to make a serious business on it but found the inventory and pricing was so unpredictable that it was tough to see how much I was actually making. Trying to set up my online store I realized there was more to the solution than what I had at my disposal. If you are serious about selling online then you need to consult with experts in the field that can help with design and getting your website seen by the search engines and customers. Always look at multiple revenue streams that can help build your business. Again these revenue streams can be significant if you have the traffic. So I am still developing my business solution and slowly growing our customers through blogs and various other traffic sources.

Getting your blog seen

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Posted on 15th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Marketing

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Growing your blog can be a hard buy enjoyable task. There are more and more people coming online to start their own blogs to communicate with family, to use as an outlet, or to create their own presence online. Blogs are very easy to start and very inexpensive. If you can type on a keyboard then you can have your own outlet to the world for anyone to read and comment on. Many new bloggers need to understand that they are opening themselves up to the entire world and if they produce something that does not agree with the masses they may not like the feedback they receive through comments or other blog posts. Trying these blogs one can see the diversity on what you can do online.

Insurance Online

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Posted on 14th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Blogging

There are several things you need to consider when purchasing life insurance. There are two main types called term and whole life insurance. The type you choose will depend on your risk profile and if you are looking to provide an investment tool, or just get some insurance to protect your family in case of an accident. Term life will usually be cheaper and have a shorter term and have no residual value.

For whole Life insurance you can usually get a decent return so that your premiums will stay constant over the life of the policy. On some policies you can even use any net capital return to help reinvest and purchase more insurance coverage. Shopping for insurance is now easier than ever with sites like Insuranceportalonline.com to help you compare different policies and types of insurance.

Get your voice heard

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Posted on 14th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Blogging

Many artists are making the crossover to voiceovers to increase their income as well as increase their audience. Many singers are already trained in the technical and fundamental aspects of vocal technique, the leap to doing voiceovers is quite natural. At Voices.com they provide a venue where artists can upload their voice projects for such companies as NBC, Disney, and Apple computers. They are helping to provide the avenue where those seeking to get into voiceover work can connect with those seeking out individuals for certain projects.

Record your projects and create your account to be available for some major companies that are looking for individuals to complete various

BitDefender helping to protect your PC

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Posted on 13th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Marketing |Technology

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Bitdefender for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

If you own a PC or laptop then you have probably been the victim of a virus, malware, or phishing attack. Just recently Microsoft announced there was a patch needed for their Internet explorer browser that could potentially expose your computer to hackers allowing them to take control of your computer. Even the most popular social network sites have been the target of hacker and have used these sites to spread malicious viruses and malware to unsuspecting computers. Many of the software solutions that are avaiiable on the market today do an OK job of protecting your computer and personal information but there is always room for improvement. One of the negatives of having security tools installed on your PC is the speed you loose as these programs have to run in the background constantly monitoring for potential intruders. The Bitdefender Total Security has been ranked number one in antivirus technology and operates on it's own without having a popup every five minutes.

Right now you can enter to win a Dell computer that is already loaded with BitDefender. The rules are simple and can be found here. I have been hit by several viruses and the amount of work and frustration that it causes cannot be expressed in words. We also purchase a lot of things on the internet and with BitDefender Safepay you can now shop with more confidence knowing that your information is more secure and encrypted when you buy something online. They offer parental controls, social networking protection and more. With a more proactive solution that is working to help you avoid potential attacks and threats your online experience can be more enjoyable. 

 

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Avoid online job scams

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Posted on 13th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Technology

The internet is a great tool for businesses to connect with customers and find potential new employees. Those that are seeking employment use the internet to find jobs if they become unemployed and are able to find opportunities by the type of experience they have and can offer. Unfortunately for millions there are also thousands of internet job scams that you have to watch out for. The typical ones are the work from home schemes that we all see when searching online for legitimate jobs. The big red flags is when they make outlandish claims on the type of money you can make by being your own boss by simple setting up a website or answering surveys. Some of the elaborate ones that appear to be legitimate are where you lead to believe you have a job with a reputable company and they then ask for a deposit for necessary background and drug testing. There are several things that are pointed out at the marcus evans training site to help you avoid a scam.

  • If you notice misspellings in the ad or offer letter
  • The company demands you send them your bank information prior to your start date
  • A request to send in a scanned copy of your driver licenses or social security card.

Now I do want to be clear that these tips primarily pertain to when you are applying for  a  job online and have not met the people or seen the company live. If you are solicited to apply for a job through an email then you will want to do your homework and try and contact the company directly.  Online scammers have gotten very good at replicating company webpages so it looks like you are on the actual company website. In most cases just look at the URL and if it looks weird and does start with the actual company name then it is more likely to be a scam. The job market is tight in many places so be careful when you are searching for an opportunity and make sure to do your homework before submitting any personal information.

10 things to help your small business grow

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Posted on 13th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Blogging |Marketing

1. Let Someone Else Go First

If you’re a small business, you don’t want to be putting your money on a horse that may or may not have longevity. To top it off, solutions should already be tested out fully with someone else’s money and time. The key is to jump in at the very end of the early adopter phase.

2. Keep the Bottom Line in Mind

Every piece of technology you buy, should help you increase your bottom line somehow. Whether it’s through efficiency or through expanding services, it’s got be able to pay you back. Just because something is faster, the latest version, or prettier than what you currently own, doesn’t make it a good buying decision. You might even intimidate customers who have to learn the new systems.

3. Use Open Source

Open source technology can be comparable in features to private software packages. There is no support for open source, but there are also no licensing fees.

4. Set Up Social Networking and Forget It

It is important to have an account on Twitter and Facebook, amongst many other sites. The account is free and can generate massive attention and buzz for your offerings. However, you want to schedule your tweets and automate as much of this as possible to cut down on the time spent doing it.

5. Convert Paper to Digital

A paper newsletter put online can save you tons of money on paper and mailing costs. What you may not know is the same is true with coupons. You can convert those to electronic coupons and the customer can download them off your site, saving your distribution and printing costs.

6. Get full color brochures

Partner with established vendors like UPrinting. For your image and brand you want to have something tangible that you can handout and even mail out to customers that talk about your business and products. UPrinting business brochures printing solutions can help you get the quantity and price you need. So whether you are doing a small run to test the market or need a large run for growing sales you can get them done professionally and fast.

7. Cut Down on Travel Costs

You can set up VOIP lines and teleconferencing to avoid the expense of traveling when you have more than one business office or clients in different locations.

8. Read the Reviews

Before buying any piece of technology check the reviews it got. It will help you decide whether it’s going to work for you or not.

9. Automate Your Help and Customer Service Areas

Some of this can be done simply by putting up an FAQ online for the questions that most people ask, and thus cutting down on phone calls. Other times you may want to put in a help desk system.

10. Leverage the WWW

Use the free resources that are available to help network,Brand, and create loyal customers to compete with the bigger companies. The social networking frenzy is only growing and being able to create your spot in space will only help grow and retain your customers.

 

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SEO Toronto experts for your business

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Posted on 12th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Marketing

Using highly ethical companies that know the various channels in social media and can use them and other tools to enhance your search ranking will not only get your goals achieved sooner but will help you focus on your primary targets of driving revenue. Cutting Edge Web is a SEO Toronto company that has continually created value helping small to large businesses bring their business online and growing their presence through various of online marketing channels. Through link building, pay per click, and organic search optimization techniques they can provide a well rounded approach to help you develop and implement your Marketing 2.0 plan.
People are using their smartphones to research and buy online more today and that number is growing. The smartphone has changed the way that people interact with their friends and family and now companies are trying to figure the best way to market to these consumers without being to intrusive. Whole new channels and solutions are being built by SEO/Web design companies and marketers  where  companies can target and reach a new set of customers wherever they are  at anytime of the day. SEO companies that can provide high end video services and integrated web design can add another dimension to your online branding campaign. So lets say someone is on their iPhone and  searching to purchase snow tires online you  can have your mobile site show up in their top search lists which can  help drive traffic to your site through specific mobile searches.  Companies like Cutting Edge Web understand the changing social landscape and can help your business leverage the technologies of SEO, video, and web design so that no matter where your customers are at you can keep them engaged and grow your brand presence and interaction.

In order to obtain top results on search engines through search engine optimization (SEO) and increasing your traffic flow, it is always a good idea to consult with an experienced online vendor who specializes in these services.  More targeted traffic means more sales. There are hundreds of SEO/ Advertising agency that have a single view on how to drive traffic and their sites are quite sophisticated, but you need results.

Migrating from Moajvi 2

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Posted on 12th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Mojavi Project

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By Tyler Tompkins

Note: This document will be changing frequently as I add more information, and rearrange to create a more logical order and progression of the said information.

* Prerequisites
* First Things First
* The Context
* Translating your Renderer
* View
* Actions
* Configuration
* References

Prerequisites

You should have a decent grasp of Mojavi2 and PHP5 before trying to upgrade to Mojavi3.

If you want a quick crash course of Mojavi 3, see Creating Your First Module 2.
First Things First

Before you begin transferring your applications over from Mojavi2, make sure whatever host you’re using supports PHP5. You can figure out if your host supports PHP5 by running

phpinfo();

Furthermore, you need to download and install the Mojavi3 package, which can be attained by going to this location.
The Context

Probably the most important new and powerful aspect of Mojavi3 is the Context object. Once I figured out what this thing did, I fell in love with it. Basically, it is a sort of catalyst/storage object that allows you to access:

* The $request object via getRequest()
* The $controller object via getController()
* The $user object via getUser()
* The Current Action/Module names via getModuleName() and getActionName()
* And finally the Current module’s directory

More or less, most classes that are exposed to the user/developer (you) are going to have a getContext() function, which will allow you to access this object. And with the recent addition of cascading calls, you can perform operations that you were unable to in php4, for example:

The Old Way:

$obj =& $request->getAttribute(‘myobj’);
$anotherobj =& $obj->doSomethingSpecial();
$anotherobj -> execute();

The New Way:

$this->getContext()->getRequest()->getAttribute(‘myobj’)->doSomethingSpecial()->execute();

Okay, so maybe that wasn’t the best example, as it is rather lengthy, but you get my point, 1 line vs 3 lines, and no possible mistakes when dealing with large objects like copying them over without references, etc.

This subsection is to be continued….
Translating your Renderer

Mojavi2 used ‘renderers’ to translate the API of one templating system into a generic API that would easily allow a developer to switch out one templating system for another. For example, the Smarty templating engine uses $smarty->assign() to allow you to set a variable, while patTemplate, another templating system, uses $pat->addVar(). In Mojavi 2, you would then write or use an existing renderer, which you would then invoke to display your output.

Note: This was done typically through a filter, which would create the renderer object, then assign it to your $request via

$request->setAttribute(‘MyRenderer’,$rendererObj))

Mojavi3 uses largely the same methodology, but instead of getting the renderer directly from the $request object within each of your views, it simply extends the View class.

For example:

abstract class SmartyView extends View
{
…..

function __construct()
{
$this->engine = $this->getContext()->getRequest()->getAttribute(‘MySmartyObj’);
}

public function setAttribute($name, $value)
{
$this->engine->assign($name, $value);
}

…..
}

Note: the use of

$this->engine = $this->getContext()->getRequest()->getAttribute(‘MySmartyObj’);

was simply the best solution I could come up with for getting any object from within the view, you could also have done the following just as easily:

$this->engine = new Smarty();

View

The Mojavi3 View is mostly an abstract class, which provides a skeleton of functions to work with, thus providing the unified API as was achieved in Mojavi2 (It’s unified because you are forced to comply with the naming conventions implemented by the abstract class View.)

Now, instead of intitializing your Renderer object (as you would in Mojavi2) you simply extend View, and initialize that. Like shown above:

abstract class SmartyView extends View
{

is what our new View would look like. To put this new View type into action, we extend it when declaring views for our modules. For example:

class DoSomeActionSuccessView extends SmartyView
{

}

As you can see, this is much more fluid than pulling the renderer out of $request with every new View, it’s also a lot less code that you have to copy and paste, and thus less code to maintain. You may also have noticed that the naming scheme is different for the Views, instead of naming the file DoSomeActionView_success.class.php you would now name it DoSomeActionSuccessView.class.php, and name the class likewise(In Mojavi2 we just named our view classes DoSomeActionView, in Mojavi3 it’s DoSomeActionSuccessView replacing ‘Success’ with your application’s state).

This subsection is to be continued….
Actions

Actions in Mojavi3 are fairly similiar to those of Mojavi2, with a few enhancement and semantic tweaks here and there. Listed Below:

* When returning a VIEW_SUCCESS in Mojavi2, now return the View class constant corresponding to your application state, ie: View::Success, or View::Error
* When checking for view types supporting execution (getRequestMethods) instead of returning REQ_POST etc, return Request::Post etc.
* There is a new return type for getRequestMethods(), Request::All, which serves all request methods.
* The root Action class which all your actions extend now has a getContext() method, which allows you access to the context object.

Configuration

Mojavi3 configurations are done, by default, using .ini files. This simple and straightforward configuration makes configuring mojavi very easy. The base syntax of these ini files is as follows:

[SECTION]

; a comment…..
ConfigKey = “%MO_APP_DIR%/my/config/value”

Because some people might not like ini files, Mojavi3 was created in such a way that you could write your own configuration handlers. For example, if you wanted to use xml files to configure your mojavi, you could write a configuration handler, plug it in, and start using your custom configuration styles.

This subsection is to be continued….
References

To find out more about PHP5 in general go here: Where can I go to learn more?

Migration for Mojavi

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Posted on 11th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Mojavi Project

You should have a decent grasp of Mojavi2 and PHP5 before trying to upgrade to Mojavi3.

If you want a quick crash course of Mojavi 3, see Creating Your First Module 2.
First Things First

Before you begin transferring your applications over from Mojavi2, make sure whatever host you’re using supports PHP5. You can figure out if your host supports PHP5 by running

phpinfo();

Furthermore, you need to download and install the Mojavi3 package, which can be attained by going to this location.
The Context

Probably the most important new and powerful aspect of Mojavi3 is the Context object. Once I figured out what this thing did, I fell in love with it. Basically, it is a sort of catalyst/storage object that allows you to access:

* The $request object via getRequest()
* The $controller object via getController()
* The $user object via getUser()
* The Current Action/Module names via getModuleName() and getActionName()
* And finally the Current module’s directory

More or less, most classes that are exposed to the user/developer (you) are going to have a getContext() function, which will allow you to access quality management software. And with the recent addition of cascading calls, you can perform operations that you were unable to in php4, for example:

The Old Way:

$obj =& $request->getAttribute(’myobj’);
$anotherobj =& $obj->doSomethingSpecial();
$anotherobj -> execute();

Using Android Spy App

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Posted on 11th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Marketing

We use our cell phones to communicate just about everything we do in our life. From updating our facebook page with the latest dinner we just ate to tweeting about a funny looking dog that crossed our path. We can check in, share, and read the latest news all in our android phones and all this data can be revealing about a person. There has been speculation about the various sites and carriers keeping tabs on this information and putting to the test our privacy. For parents that have teenagers being able to know what they are talking about can be a double edge sword. I am all about giving them freedom to grow and learn, but with all the stories about kids using their cell phones for inappropriate pics, texts, and emails.
The big concern is teenagers texting and driving and while we tell our kids not to do it and put the phone away it still happens. There are various solutions like the Android Spy App that can help parents monitor their kids phone activity through texts, calls, and data. The key is to have the conversation with your kids about having this on their phone and if they are doing appropriate things with their phone there should be no issue. The app can be installed and runs silently in the background and can be set up to send updates at various intervals. You can log into an online account and view the data and have a conversation if what you see is not what you and your kids agree upon. Remember that a kids having a cell phone is a privilege and not a right.

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Clear Wireless for your mobile connections

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Posted on 10th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Broadband

There is a great commercial here in the states that is about competing broadband providers. It shows a husband and wife that are turtles and they are shown complaining that there internet is too fast. So the wife asks the husband to push the computer away from the house to reduce the speed of their internet connection. They are trying to make the case that cable internet is better and faster than DSL. Many of the companies are now offering no contract broadband in order to expand the market to those who are not willing to sign onto a two year agreement. This is true in my opinion and you can certainly tell in videos and other heavy graphics. More and more companies are placing video and other flash animation in their sites to attract and retain more customers. The days of surfing the internet for just information are gone and it is now an entertainment vehicle.

Broadband has taken our lives to a whole new level. With unimaginable speeds that they offer, the untamed virtual world of the internet is before you in the wink of an eye. Companies like www.clearwirelessinternet.com use WIMax technology to turn cities into wireless hotspots offering 4G connectivity. They are growing across the country and adding new cities all the time . A home broadband connection needs a separate cable or a phone line and is ideal for the average internet user and also for online entertainment buffs who download huge chunks of internet content. But for a person who’s always on the move and needs to be connected at all times, mobile broadband is the answer.

While home broadband binds you to a place, mobile broadband gives you wings, leaving the internet at your disposal no matter where you are. Mobile broadband is provided by devices such as USB modems (commonly known as dongles), USB sticks, PC data cards and also by phones that have data modems. With mobile broadband, you not only get the advantage of super-fast internet connection on the go, but also freedom from a fixed line and place. One can get connected without the fussy installation guides; all it takes is a simple plug and you’re online.

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RevLocal and your search engine success

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Posted on 10th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Marketing

There is more focus and emphasis on local search engine news.  Companies are looking to  local SEO  content experts to help them identify more local opportunities to grow their business. At RevLocal they offer a host of solutions for local businesses to incorporate social media, blogging, and SEO in order to meet your local demands.

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Manage your wifi access points

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Posted on 9th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Broadband

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Each type of Broadband Technology has its own unique set of traits, advantages, disadvantages and characteristics. In fact, Broadband Technology Selection depends on circumstances and factors which include the coverage and penetration rate, capacity, spectrum usage, type of services to be provided, the availability of further alternatives, economic trends, the topographical and technical considerations. Therefore, to remain competitive and continue thriving in this fast evolving Mobile Broadband market, it is high time the Broadband Service Suppliers and Providers evolved a strategy of data, voice and video. You can now see Video – Cloud management in 2 minutes with this Youtube videos and how businesses can leverage access across multiple sites using the power of the Cloud.

There are plenty of fixed line as well as wireless solutions that are available. Fixed line solutions include the conventional telephone lines, copper cables, hybrid fibre coax such as cable TV and modems. Wireless solutions examples are radio, microwave frequencies and links,WLAN, mobile phone connectivity,access points, AP, FSO, Wi-Fi, and 3G. By the nature of its medium, fixed line technology has limited bandwidth and generally operates through power lines or copper cables. FreeSpace or Wireless Technology uses the radio spectrum wherein the bandwidth is limited to the extent of the available amount of licensed radio spectrum.Cloud management providers are seeing the trend to portability and not being locked into long term contracts to attract new customers so they are offering pay as you go connectivity and storage solutions which may impact static broadband companies. Companies are now using the technology of cloud computing to help in managing wifi access points. You can check out the Tanaza Web Site to see the solutions that they offer. You will find a comprehensive List of Supported Wi-Fi Access Points so that you can see if they may be of value to your business.

However, fibre optics, in relativity to its competitors, offers almost an infinite level of bandwidth. Due to its immunity to electro magnetic fields and interference, it has higher levels of reliability and security than the wireless/copper networks. Therefore, it makes logical sense in deploying optical fibre systems which have low operating costs and have unsurpassed reliability. Consequently, direct fibre connections to all households would be a much desired concept even though it may involve the laborious and cumbersome task of network deployments in installing fibre optic cables all throughout the network in access. To wrap it up, we need to mention about the advanced optical glass fibres which is the latest development in this field. A sample of its prowess is its ability to provide Broadband speeds up to 50 Mbps, something which is unheard of and beyond our imagination!

What is Mojavi

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Posted on 9th April 2014 by Jeff Rogers in Mojavi Project

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Mojavi is an open-source MVC (model-view-controller) php framework, licensed under the LGPL. Developing with Mojavi php framework enables you to easily divide your web application into tiers, allowing for independent custom web application development. These applications have been tested on various servers and firewall applications. There are numerous solutions that are available in the market like the Cisco ASA 5505 and the HP Proliant Servers that have set the standards in reliability and security within their field. The solutions and programming field has even grown into the telecommunications field with routers like the Cisco 7910 where small and medium size businesses can have a truw communication architecture that runs over an IP protocol enabling you to locate offices and employees anywhere.

serversFeatures

  • Modular Design
  • Filter Chains
  • Action Chains
  • Customizable User Containers
  • Parameter Validation
  • Validator Library
  • Built-in Authentication and Authorization
  • Logging System

What is Mojavi?

Mojavi is a framework developed in PHP and strongly based on the MVC (model-view-controller) application design paradigm. It can be run a variety of network servers that employ security features that will work with the curent MVC model.

What is MVC?

Model-View-Controller is a design pattern for application development. MVC organizes an application into three separate tiers: one for the model, which represents data and handles business logic, the second for presentation and user input, and the third as a controller, which handles incoming requests and controls application flow.

What are the benefits of MVC?

An application designed around MVC is easier to manage because the application is split into tiers, which allow for independent development. This promotes code reusability by building models, which are reusable throughout the application.

Why create an MVC framework for PHP?

Development of PHP scripts without a preconceived plan to manage them is asking for a headache. Before I started developing Mojavi, there weren’t any frameworks that were designed the way I thought a PHP MVC implementation should be designed.

How is Mojavi licensed?

Mojavi is licensed under the LGPL.

Where can I get a copy of Mojavi?

Stable and development releases are available on our downloads page.

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