Internet services for business in New Jersey including restaurants, eCommerce, sales, Real Estate, Auctions, Blogs, Builders, Trades, Hotels, etc.
Providing Internet services in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Also remote work to any U.S. location.
Services include: Hosting, maintenance, training, updates, security patches, monitoring, design, programming, and consultation.
Programming and design services include custom code as well as installation of existing or open source software.
Security check ups limited to known software patches and running tests against known issues using common security tools.
Primary Technologies: PHP, MySQL, Apache, LAMP, WordPress, Opencart, TastyIgniter, Automation, Web Scraping, Data, additional Open Source and Custom software.
While reports vary, PHP is possibly the widest used programming language for websites. WordPress is powered by PHP, as are many eCommerce Shopping Carts and CMS site ( content management systems ).
This site runs using PHP and MySQL and is 100% custom made. It represents a minimal easy to use interface and navigation with the ability to host hundreds of thousands of posts such as this one you're looking at.
Because of it's age, PHP has been improved and is a very mature and secure language and has lasted the test of time whereas sites built with other technologies have mostly disappeared.
MySQL is the widest used RDBMS ( Relational Database Management System ). It powers possibly millions of websites as the back end database storage and retrieval system.
As with PHP, it's been hardened over the years for secure, reliable deployment in sites large and small. MySQL and PHP power WordPress. Used in conjunction with an experienced Linux administrator, backups and restorations are easily performed.
Apache is the software used to serve your website. It's the most widely used web server software in the world.
Most of the Internet was built using Apache. A web server handles all the connections ( users ) to your website and 'serves' the information to each 'client' (user) in an appropriate way.
L.A.M.P. is an acronym for : Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. It's a web 'stack' that is arguably the most widely used stack for websites large and small.
WordPress, TastyIgniter, Opencart, and thousands of other web system are built using L.A.M.P. architecture.
The largest CMS ( content management system ) on the Internet. Many people start out with WordPress as it's easy to use to get a 'blog' going although I don't know if people still call them 'blogs'. I've always just called them 'websites'.
Many people use WordPress as they're online shopping cart system to sell products using plugins such as 'Woo Commerce', which integrates with a number of product providers such as Printful, Printify, and other drop shipping sites.
Opencart is a solid time tested shopping cart that runs under L.A.M.P.
I've personally used Opencart to host over 100,000 items when I had my poster shop online. I will caveat this by saying it did require a few modification to improve it's performance with that many products and I had to built custom automation to build the Google Sitemaps and Google Product Feeds but this was done in only a few days.
TastyIgniter is a software that runs under L.A.M.P. for restaurants. It has geolocation built in so you only accept orders in a specific area. I was building a demo 7 years ago that would allow food delivery in theme parks to wherever the customer was in the park. Shortly after I notice Starbucks in Disney Springs / Downtown Disney was doing just that.
This is a good choice if you don't want to pay the fees associated with other restaurant software that charges a percentage per order. While you can put up a Tasty Igniter server for under $20 per month with no fees beside the merchant card fees, if you've never done this before it's a good idea to get a managed service provider, like myself, to do this for you.
I'm on the fence with Uber Eats and other 'apps' that deliver food. They charge high fees in excess of 25% per order or more. For that you would certainly benefit from hosting your own and just using Google Maps and social media for promotion.
Because the delivery area for restaurants is about 5 miles or less, I'm an advocate of grass roots delivery or in house delivery. Grass roots delivery is where a local groups of drivers create their own 'app' and work with local restaurants reducing fees, and increasing profits for everyone involved.
Service Area: Monmouth County New Jersey or any Remote location:
Adelphia, Allenhurst, Allentown, Allenwood, Asbury Park, Atlantic Highlands, Avon By The Sea, Belford, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Brielle, Cliffwood, Colts Neck, Cream Ridge, Deal, Eatontown, Englishtown, Fair Haven, Farmingdale, Fort Monmouth, Freehold, Hazlet, Highlands, Holmdel, Howell, Imlaystown, Keansburg, Keyport, Leonardo, Lincroft, Little Silver, Long Branch, Manasquan, Marlboro, Matawan, Middletown, Millstone Township, Monmouth Beach, Morganville, Navesink, Neptune, Oakhurst, Ocean Grove, Oceanport, Port Monmouth, Red Bank, Roosevelt, Rumson, Sea Girt, Shrewsbury, Spring Lake, Tennent, West Long Branch, Wickatunk