1. Code Analysis
You must conduct a rigorous analysis of the website or webpage requirements. This involves a brainstorming session with a development team to either come up with ideas for a new site/page or a complete revamp of an existing one. Then you’ll need to determine the feasibility of each idea before identifying the best way to proceed. You’re also expected to offer details on the site’s features and functionalities.
2. Development & Database Optimisation
The next step is to use your technical knowledge to develop the site/page as per the final plan. What you create must be dynamic and include the advantages of PHP Script. A PHP Developer is expected to develop a portal with an optimised database.
You have to test the site/page for every conceivable error and get feedback from the client. Once you have located errors, debug them and finalise the site/page. After receiving approval, implement the webpage or host the site online.
A PHP Developer’s job is not done when the website/webpage has been published! You must update it continuously and alter functionalities from time to time to improve visibility and user experience.