Shivam Paw’s Blog
This is my blog where I will occasionally post some tips for website maintenance/development and updates on my recent open source projects.
5 Things to Consider Before Choosing a WordPress Theme
When choosing a WordPress theme, you must select the themes that suitably reflect your brand image, yet possess all the necessary features to perform as expected. So what are the 5 things you should consider before choosing one?
Laravel PHP Framework – Why I Use it for Web Apps
The Laravel PHP Framework is an open source framework used to develop all kinds of web applications. It is written in PHP and is free to use! I use it for all my web application development and in this post I’ll be going into the reasons of why I use it and what I like about it.
WordPress Monthly Maintenance – Security, Backups and Updates
I came across an interesting article today at EfficientWP about WordPress Monthly Maintenance. They talk about the three options people have with maintaining a (WordPress) website: do nothing, hire someone, DIY. I just want to talk a bit about each of those and how I can help you with the maintenance dilemma!
cPanel Email Manager Built With JavaFX
Whilst developing websites for users and recommending cPanel hosts I realised that it can be a bit of a pain to have to manage email accounts with cPanel. I decided to look for a basic yet functional cPanel Email Manager that I can give to clients so that they can manage their cPanel email accounts with ease! Despite finding some small ones online, none suited my needs – so I made my own!
Customer Relationship Manager [Open Source Project]
I have been looking around for a good yet simple customer relationship manager to use and couldn’t find what I was looking for. I wanted a CRM where I could add clients, assign projects to those clients and then also create invoices which can optionally be assigned to a specific project. I also wanted clients to be able to pay invoices through the web application securely. Oh well, if you can’t find it, so why not make it?