My name is David, and let me tell you about a special passion I have.
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It's a passion for increased life, for accomplishing more in less time, for being able to achieve greater goals, to go faster, and farther.
My passion for increased efficiency is so strong, that it drives me, from the moment I wake up, until I close up my shop at night, to find new and innovative ways to develop websites even more quickly than before, but while maintaining the same high standard of quality, reliability, and security.
I want you to be successful in...
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RESPONSIVE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
I have been working mainly with Bootstrap-responsive templates to design websites and web applications that show nicely on all devices.
I have on-hand actual devices, an Android phone, and an iPad, to test all our sites, and we also use tools from Electric Plum to simulate devices of all sizes.
If you have a website that is not responsive, or that was designed to be responsive, but is not showing properly on one or more devices, I can help.
OPEN SOURCE DEVELOPMENT
I am passionate about using Open Source development, up to and including my own MVC framework for PHP (see below.)
RELIABLE ARCHITECTURE, WITH BEST-OF-BREED TECHNOLOGY
My best practices are constanly evolving. At the time of this writing, I advocate using an architecture that consists of the following components:
** Twitter Bootstrap 3, or Semantic UI: Providing the best User Experience across all devices and screen sizes
** BackboneJS, with Handlebars: Allowing us to scale up feature-rich mobile-ready applications, quickly and easily
** LESS CSS: Better management of site styles and layout
** Parnassus REST API: A fast and reliable REST API, included with our Parnassus framework, that is ridiculously easy to deploy and use.
** MySQL Open Source Database: providing the scale and speed to serve the vast majority of applications and websites.
PARNASSUS, MY OWN FULLY MVC-COMPLIANT FRAMEWORK
(Note: Parnassus used to be called X-Objects)
I invite you to check out my...
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