Technology has come a long way when it comes to being a productive tool for teaching. In fact, E-learning has made a huge impact on training within organizations all over the world, and this type of teaching continues to evolve. Whether it be for the workplace or school, it is a great way to disseminate information to a particular group. The E-learning market is set to make a large impact with an estimated revenue of approximately $51.5 billion by 2016, which is a projected 7.6% growth.
This article covers technical details of PHP driven configuration described in a previous article. There are a lot of stones under the water that can drive you crazy when you work with PHP templating engine. I will tell you how to work around some of them. We’ll discuss how to:
- Implement script inclusion methods
- Prevent vision of context’s private members
- Implement graceful error handling
- Implement state stack for nested scripts inclusion
- Include scripts by relative path
- Output JSON arrays/objects in for-loops
- Prevent security issues
As your software development process is getting closer to finish, your product promotion is going to become your primary focus.
What to consider when starting promotion
Identify your target audience
First and foremost, you need to understand whose needs your product is aimed to satisfy – you need to know your target audience. For example, if your newly developed project is an E-learning system, your potential customers will be students and teachers most likely. If it is a time-tracking system, it will be interesting for startup owners, heads of IT departments and businessman working with remote employees (software development teams, for example).