Custom Development

With our Qobrix Platform, we have the ability to rapidly develop business applications in days rather than weeks. We have built our platform using CakePHP and we can deliver custom systems for you that will match your precise needs. Whether it is an advanced scheduling system, a detailed workflow process, or a customer management tool that you need, our specialised resources will deliver your system to your exact specification.

CakePHP is one of the world’s preferred open source web application development frameworks which is written in PHP, a server-side scripting (programming) language developed for web-based applications. It requires comparatively less coding than other languages, uses the model-view-control architecture which helps differentiate business logic from data and design and includes features and strengths such as:
The fastest web application development platform by far.
Powerful routing for SEO and SEM.
Fully extensible for custom development and plugins.
Scalable control over databases and queries.
Flexible file-based caching of pages which helps with quicker loading of the webpage.
Interoperable with industry standards.
Secure by default with features such as input validation and data sanitization, protection against form tampering, cross site request forgery (CSRF) and cross site scripting (XSS) attacks, as well as SQL injection.
Particularly well suited for large scale web applications CakePHP is compatible with a number of other languages making it easier to seamlessly integrate with other applications and it is also differs substantially from other frameworks in that it facilitates developers to create applications within a shorter timeframe. For businesses considering a custom developed web application CakePHP is a logical framework of choice for many CIOs.
It is constantly kept up to date by the hundreds of contributors and frequently used by PHP developers across the world. To date it is one of the top 5 most popular PHP frameworks with over 110 releases over the last 10 years. Beyond the core contributors, there are over 270 developers around the world who have helped build, maintain and support the framework and over 11,000 followers on Twitter.