AutoWurld Integration

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Web, Mobile & Software Dev Web Development Posted 3 years ago


More than 30 hrs/week
Less than 1 month

Start Date

January 22, 2013


We’re in the process of determining next steps for integration of with a supplemental Auction interface developed by an unrelated developer. was established leveraging MySQL and PHP. The Auction interface and design has been developed with: Apache, PHP, MySQL, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery/jQuery UI and Bootstrap. Following is the feedback received from the Auction developer with regard to integration of the two:

In the sql directory, you'll find the schema setup scripts for the entirety of MyWurld + auctions.

The rest is intended to be deployed with lib/config.php altered as necessary to the root of any compatible Apache+PHP+MySQL host. A 64-bit architecture is required.

Memcached is optional, but is highly recommended. The session manager is currently the only object using it; an optimization phase is to integrate the cache into some other (perhaps more static) content services.

libgd is required as is UUID. Both are dependencies of the image processing system, which pre-generates all static image content needed at all required sizes to disk. The intention was to seed a CDN with a thttpd high-performance content server, or to build out a few of them behind an HAProxy to handle the load if a CDN was not an option for some reason.

The rest is straightforward CRUD service built atop the Tonic RESTful PHP framework on the back end in PHP. There is no other major 3rd-party code on the back end. It's mostly to-the-metal PHP talking to standard extensions (MySQLi, Memcache, etc.).

The front-end leverages jQuery, jQuery UI and Twitter's open source Bootstrap framework.

Skills: design, apache

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