HuffPost (formerly The Huffington Post) portal was launched May 9, 2005, and very soon it became extremely popular. While one reason for the apparent success of this portal is that their contributors are popular journalists and well-known personalities from politics, business, and entertainment, the other reason is that the development team has been able to provide a technical solution that was up to the challenge. To build a news portal capable of sustaining the heavy load, including peak load, and convenient for both visitors and authors of the entries. Challenge – making definite entries appear among the results of running search engines queries, SEO optimization, simultaneous maintaining of a large number of users, quick generation of pages that contain dynamic and static data.
This site is a portal created for search, purchase, and deployment as well as marketing purposes of goods from Spain (such as designer clothing, accessories, etc.). These goods are sorted by groups in specialized stores. You pretty much have a shopping mall right inside your browser. The original task was to create a platform that would be allowing users to create their own online shops. In those shops, the user may create and manage and sell new goods. The products’ status and condition, as well as orders from customers, are manageable as well. The website is based on Drupal 6 and Ubercart. The Sphinx is the pages’ search engine that ensures a massive searching speed-up. It is also capable of decreasing the pressure caused on servers. The newly developed interface grants use
Avaaz is a global community, designed to bound people of all nations into a single community. People are empowered to take action on some of the largest issues of our world today. This bold project aims at closing the gap between the world we currently live in and a world everyone wishes to live in. Millions of people from the entire globe may now act as an organized, centralized force and achieve changes in such vital issues as corruption, national matters, poverty, armed conflicts and more. Avaaz community operates in 15 different languages, the core team includes representatives from 6 countries and there are literally thousands of volunteers who lobby governments, organize protests and arrange important events. All the power lies in the hands of everybody. Specialists from QArea had to