Help Request for our Webshop
imnotb at gmail.com
Sun Sep 23 16:35:35 CEST 2007
On 23/09/2007, Giles Jones <giles.jones at zen.co.uk> wrote:
> On 23 Sep 2007, at 15:02, Vincent wrote:
> > I guess that is the reason why Sean asked for something new
> > preferably without PHP.
> > In PHP it is much easier to mix everything than to use a clear MVC
> > concept (although
> > someone could argue that a single PHP script contains all M=MySQL,
> > V=HTML, C=PHP)...
> > If you make use of a PHP framework then it is perfectly possible to
> > use a clear MVC concept.
> > Let's hope they find a solution that is better and does not draw too
> > much from the
> > development budget and time they have. Developing something new from
> > scratch would
> > IMHO also be a waste of resources and does not guarantee that it is
> > finished within
> > a reasonable timeframe (e.g. October where we all await new devices
> > to ship :-).
> My comments are they it's better to use an commerce engine that gets
> regular security testing and patches. If you roll your own then you
> need to be proactive in monitoring the system for intrusion attempts.
> Decent security testing and auditing costs money. If you use an
> existing engine and you get hacked then you have someone to sue if
> they were incompetent.
A bit of mis-quoting, that wasn't written by me but by Dr. H. Nikolaus
Schaller <hns at computer.org>
And surely, you mean "someone to hold responsible" instead of "someone to
sue"? Especially if we're talking about an open source project...
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