For web service stacks, the LAMP model is a common Full Stack design. “LAMP” is an acronym that stands for four open-source components: Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. Michael Kunze introduced the LAMP open-source Web development framework in 1998. The operating system in this case is Linux. Apache is the Web server. MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS), while PHP (Perl or Python) is an object-oriented scripting language.
As technology has become more complex in recent years, making devices smarter with information, many industries have embraced data science concepts and implementations into their infrastructures. These technological advancements would not have been feasible without the expansion of data science technologies and ideas, for which LAMP programming has recently emerged as one of the most prominent languages. As the debate over the future of data science continues, more employment opportunities emerge, enabling LAMP developers to advance their careers to a new and more difficult level.
- Creating comprehensive website statements
- Creating sample page layouts with various font sizes and colors
- to create graphics and animations and to manage digital pictures
- Purchasing web domains and arranging for website hosting bringing new concepts to clients
- Coding using a variety of software
- Using a variety of content management systems
- Taking maximum use of search engines
- Respect all relevant legal duties, such as accessibility, freedom of information, and privacy.
- Creating graphic representations for the website while adhering to the company’s branding guidelines or the client’s criteria
- Working on numerous tasks with front-end and back-end developers.
- Make certain that your code is both valid and reusable in the future.
- Examine the needs, hazards, and software specifications.
- Modify obsolete and challenging application designs as needed.
- Determine and strive to fulfill end-user needs.
LinuxLinus Torvalds invented Linux in 1991. It is the cornerstone of the stack model. This layer serves as the foundation for all subsequent layers. It is a free to use open-source operating system. It is still used because it is adaptable and other operating systems are more difficult to install.
The ApacheWeb server software, most notably Apache Web Server, forms the second layer. This layer is positioned above the Linux layer. The Apache HTTP Server is an open-source web server software package that is free to use. When it was first released in 1995, it was known as Apache Web Server. It provides a secure and adaptable Web server that adheres to current HTTP standards. Web servers are in charge of directing web browsers to the correct website.
MySQLMySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) that is used to store application data. It is open-source and free, and all data is kept in a format that can be easily retrieved using the SQL language. SQL is a powerful workhorse capable of handling even the most complex and large websites. It is most effective in well-structured business fields. MySQL stores data that may be accessed via programming to build a website. MySQL, like Apache, is often installed on top of the Linux layer. MySQL may be offloaded to a separate host server in high-end deployments.
PHPThe scripting layer is made up of PHP and other web programming languages. PHP, a free and open-source programming language, collaborates with Apache to create dynamic web pages. We can’t use HTML to do dynamic operations like obtaining data from a database. We put PHP code into the portions of a website that you want to be dynamic to allow this kind of functionality. This layer is in charge of hosting web pages and applications. PHP is intended to be quick. It simplifies programming by enabling you to enter new code, refresh, and see the changes instantly without having to compile.
Responsibilities at work
- Examine current designs and make changes to application functionality
- Take part in all phases of the software development life cycle.
- Analyze new regulations and offer an effect assessment.
- Write clean, well-designed, reusable code as well as effective unit tests.
- Keep up with the newest developments and industry best practices.
- Create and deploy additional features to help with associated processes and tools as needed.
- Software and database troubleshooting, testing, and upgrades
- Integrate old and new applications with third-party web-based services.
- Contribute to the application’s maintenance, extension, and scalability for greater performance.
- Create reusable front-end pieces and libraries to be used in the future.
- Bachelor’s/degree Master’s in engineering, computer science, or information technology (or equivalent experience)
- At least three years of full-stack development expertise using the LAMP stack is required (rare exceptions for highly skilled developers)
- Strong understanding of the LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Python/Perl).
- MySQL database administration experience
- Working knowledge of web APIs (REST, SOAP, or XML)
- English fluency is required for good communication.
- Work full-time (40 hours per week) with a 4-hour overlap with US time zones
- Knowledge of cloud technologies
- API design, development, and integration expertise
- Experience with custom development using hooks, filters, ACF, JS es5 and 6
- Knowledge of version control systems such as Git
- Outstanding organizational and interpersonal abilities