WordPress Theming Bootcamp 2016

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WordPress Theming Bootcamp 2016

In a continuation of our training programs, our company, in collaboration with Code Movement Pakistan, decided to arrange a WordPress theme development boot camp to give developers a chance to get hands-on training. Why did we choose WordPress theme development? WordPress is an off-the-shelf, open-source, self-hosted blogging solution. It’s one of the world’s most famous […]


Tech Tuesday: May 17, 2016

Keeping up with new tech is important, and it can be easy to get lost in all the latest tech news. So you don’t get behind, this Tech Tuesday, we’re looking at some of the latest coding news.JavaScript is constantly expanding and changing, allowing developers to do more. It has long been dominant on the […]


Joomla vs. WordPress Part III

In Part I of this series, we got a basic introduction to open source and a basic introduction to Joomla and WordPress. In Part II we saw the main tenants of Joomla and WordPress. Now in Part III, we will see how to develop sites in WordPress and Joomla, focusing on what main ingredients are required […]


Allshore Team Begins New Training Initiative

On Thursday, April 17, 2014, an Allshore team comprised of Nabeel I., Faisal N., Asad K., Fazl K. and Alex Wright visited FUUAST (Federal Urdu University of Science, Arts and Technology) for a training workshop on “WordPress” and “CSS.” Allshore is known for hiring experienced technical resources (.NET, PHP, network and mobile application) since its […]


Joomla vs. WordPress Part II

Open Source CMS are popular when it comes PHP development, and Joomla and WordPress offer two different approaches. Each has its advantages, and each has its disadvantages. In this blog, the second of a series about the two CMS, one of our PHP team leaders goes into more detail about the differences between the two.


Joomla vs. WordPress Part I

What is Open Source? Open source normally refers to a program in which the source code is open to the public, who can use and/or modify it from the original design for free. Programmers generally collaborate to create and improve open source code, sharing their changes within the community. Open source came about in the […]