PHP training program

PHP training program

Rainend is offering limited seats for PHP training program.

Who We Are?

Rainend is a web design and development company handling UK, US and other foreign clients and we focused on delivering real and lasting business benefits for clients. Our services best suit organizations that place a premium on quality and help them be the best in their fields. We build complex and functional websites based on client requirements. Our consultative approach and adeptness in using innovative technologies towards our solutions enables our clients to gain a competitive edge over others.

For more derails, visit our website

Why our syllabus is different?

You can see lots of PHP coaching centres in your city. There you can learn basics about PHP and related topics. After completing that course you may know what is PHP, but you don’t know how to use PHP in real web development industry. But here we are trying to fill the gap between theory and the practical knowledge or you can directly enter to the practical atmosphere.

To whom we are focusing?

1. You must need a computer background like Diploma in CS, Bsc CS, BCA, MCA, B-Tech(CS, IT) or other.
2. Good knowledge in C, C++ or Java and basic knowledge in PHP.
3. Good knowledge in Database, SQL, Object Oriented Programming.
4. Knowledge about web sites, web applications, search engines, OS.
5. Must be a self learner.

What will be the main benefits you will get from our syllabus?

  • You will get an opportunity to work on real time projects.
  • Interaction with Industry Experts.
  • Small batches to focus on each student.
  • We mainly focus on practical classes rather than theoretical classrooms.
  • You will get chance to learn/work under a web programmer or team leader
  • You will get chance to involve in live project.
  • Experience certificate (Once you completed the 5th project).

Selection Procedure:
Based on interview and preliminary test.

Total Duration: 3 Months (+1 Optional month)

What all projects you will handle?

1st Month:
1. Simple contact form, Get a quote form etc (You will learn how to use PHP)
2. School-Student Management website. (You will learn basics about PHP)

2nd Month:
3. CMS website (You will replicate a complete content management website. Other functionality included: FAQ, Testimonial etc)
4. Job site (You will replicate a dynamic job portal with employer and candidate functionality with payment gateway functionality)

3rd Month:
5. Real estate website (You will replicate a dynamic real estate portal. Other functionality included: Image gallery, CMS pages, dynamic PDF brochure, Google/Bing Map API integration etc)

4th Month: (Optional)
6. Shopping cart website (You will replicate a dynamic shopping cart website. Functionality included: Product management, Shopping cart, Payment gateway integration, invoice generation, image processing etc)

Time: 4 hrs per day (Monday to Friday)


  • 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
  • 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM

No. of seats in a batch: 4

For the fee and other admission related details, please contact us:
Mobile: 9656220310


Microsoft’s Threshold update could be called “Windows 9” and arrive in April 2015


Microsoft is working on its next major Windows update codenamed, Threshold. According to ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, it will reveal plans for the forthcoming OS, including naming it “Windows 9”, at this year’s BUILD conference in April.

Foley adds that Microsoft will be releasing three test versions — called milestones — before releasing the final version sometime in April 2015. As mentioned above, Microsoft is also likely to name this new OS as “Windows 9”, so people don’t confuse it as merely an update for Windows 8.

From what we know so far, Threshold will boast a new and improved “Metro UI” and is also aiming at bringing a unified user experience for Windows, Windows Phone and the Xbox One platforms, which would help developers with releasing apps. Microsoft is also said to be planning on adding a Start Menu on the new OS, but unlike the menu on Windows 8.1, Threshold’s menu will be more on the lines of what we are used to since Windows 95.


Android users warned of text-sharing apps that send unlimited text messages

1525497_499025223544986_205576330_nUsers of Android systems have been reportedly warned of some apps that exploit their smartphone’s ability to send innumerable text messages. These apps claim to reward phone owners for every text message they relay.

However, security firms have said that these apps can relay huge numbers of texts via a phone and lead to its number being blocked, the BBC reports. Mobile operators have also said that such apps violate their terms and conditions and could lead to a service being suspended.

According to the report, the text-sharing apps exploit the unlimited texting that many users get with their mobile contract. Analyst from Adaptive Mobile, Cahal McDaid explained that routing text messages through a phone can be a cheap way to ensure an SMS reaches its destination.

McDaid further said that routing the message via a phone already in the country that someone wants to reach could cut costs even more, but the huge number of texts sent through a particular number could cause problems.

Meanwhile, a spokesperson for one of the message-relaying Android apps, Bazuc, said that the company has told participants to ensure that the daily limit of messages they send is not set too high. Bazuc said that it paid participants 0.001 cents for every message they relayed, the report added.


NASA unveils 6-foot ‘superhero robot’ Valkyrie


1499583_495729113874597_31015396_nWhat if NASA’s Robonaut grew legs and indulged in steroids? The result might be close to what NASA has unveiled: Valkyrie is a humanoid machine billed as a “superhero robot.”
Developed at the Johnson Space Center, Valkyrie is a 6.2-foot, 275-pound hulk designed to compete in the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC).

It will go toe to toe with the Terminator-like Atlas robot from Boston Dynamics in what’s shaping up to be an amazing modern-day duel. It’s Iron Man-style glowing chest ring nestles in a pronounced bosom that contains linear actuators for waist rotation.

“We really wanted to design the appearance of this robot to be one that when you saw it (you’d say) ‘Wow. That’s awesome,’” Nicolaus Radford of the NASA JSC Dextrous Robotics Lab says in the video below by IEEE Spectrum. “When we were designing the robot, we were thinking about the competition from day one, and we wanted a very modular system. Specifically with the arm, we can yank one bolt and one connector, and we can take the arm off. It happens in a matter of minutes.”
Valkyrie has 44 degrees of freedom or axes of rotation in its joints, meaning it’s a relatively flexible machine in terms of movement. Its power source is a battery stored in a backpack that can provide it with about an hour of juice. Its sensors include sonar and LIDAR, as well as head, arm, abdomen, and leg cameras so operators can see whatever the robot is doing from multiple viewpoints.
Developed with the University of Texas and Texas A&M University, Valkyrie can walk around untethered, and pick up and manipulate objects, which are essential skills for the DARPA challenge.



LG Electronics has just introduced Google Play Edition of G Pad 8.3 in the U.S.

LG G Pad 8.3 Google Edition launched in the US
1459919_496271647153677_1320205379_nThe device is now available on the US Google Play Store for $349 (Rs 21,400 approximately), but unfortunately there’s no word on when it could come to India. The G Pad is the third model developed jointly by LG Electronics and Google following Nexus 4 and Nexus 5. G Pad 8.3 that LG Electronics released in October is optimized again to fit Google’s latest OS.

First among 8-inch tablets, the G Pad is mounted with a full HD display. By minimizing the thickness of bezel, its horizontal thickness is mere 126.5 mm. The G Pad is also mounted with a 1.7-GHz Quad-core Qualcomm SnapDragon 600 processor, a 4600-mAh large capacity battery and a 2-GB RAM (LPDDR2).

The tablet runs on Android 4.4 KitKat and is available in an indigo black color.


Navia-The Driver-less Car

blog4After the confirmation that driver-less cars are set to launch in 2015, we were pretty excited to get a peek at the technology which will be used in these automatic driving cars. But by 2015 these driver-less cars might get old — at least for Singapore. The tiny city-state has already introduced the new generation of auto drive cars. The ‘Navia’ is an eight seater shuttle and it pretty much resembles a golf cart. The car has touch screen navigation and an electric motor. There is an organized system of sensors and lasers which allow Navia to detect anything that might be an interfering in its way. In case the vehicle notices any obstructions it smartly avoids those obstacles and maintains its own the path. One big catchy feature is that when the car is not being used to carry people, it automatically parks itself at its charging position.



How to control a paper plane with your iPhone

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A new Kick starter campaign is ensuring that when the prankster in you throws a paper plane, it won’t have to depend on the elements to hit its intended target. Meet Power Up 3.0— a Bluetooth 4.0 module that can be stuck to a paper plane, making it controllable via an iPhone.
The Bluetooth module is connected to the propellers, which essentially forms the chassis of the paper plane. Using an iPhone app, a person will be able to control the trajectory of the paper plane and the module itself is made of carbon fiber and hence is sturdy enough to survive a few crashes. The micro USB charged module is said to be good enough for 10 minutes of flying per charge, has a 55 meter communication range and the plane can hit a top speed of 16kph.

Power up 3.0 will hit the stores sometime around May next year and according to the inventor will be priced somewhere around $50 (Rs 3,100 approximately).


Acer to sell touch Chromebook at fraction of Google Pixel price

blog3Since February, when Google launched its Chromebook Pixel, there’s been just one option for those seeking a Chromebook with a touch screen. It came with a high-resolution screen — and a high price tag: $1,299.
On Tuesday, however, Acer announced a touch screen Chromebook option that’s less than a quarter of the price. The latest in its new C720P Chromebook series comes with a touch screen and will go on sale early next month at Amazon, Best Buy, and the Acer Store for just $300.
It features a Haswell-based Intel Celeron processor and an 11.6-inch HD LED back-lit display to take advantage of the Chrome interface. It also boasts “great multi-tasking performance,” up to 7.5 hours of battery life, 32GB of flash storage, and a 7-second boot-up. It measures 0.78-inches and weighs 2.98 pounds.
Of course, the release of the bargain touch-screen Chromebook is timed perfectly for the shopping season.
“The Acer C720 Chromebook line has been praised for its performance and battery life, and this new touch screen model allows us to address the needs of an even wider range of customers with exciting new capabilities,” Acer CTO Arif Maskatia, said in a statement. “We’re certain many holiday shoppers will jump at the chance to get a touch screen Chromebook for just $299.99.”



Fed up with expensive hotel Wi-Fi charges? New app lets users access the internet anywhere in the world for less than the price of a text (and you don’t even need a data connection)



Be-Bound stores web data on cloud servers.This information is then transported to users of the app using the 2G network.Users can access their email, the stock exchange, Twitter weather reports and more – even when there’s no data connectivity.It’s free to use if there’s a data connection.

If there’s no data connectivity users are charged a nominal amount and pay using ‘Be-miles’.
One text message of web information costs one Be-mile and the price for 80 Be-miles is currently £4.30.

The app, which launched in the UK on October 21, includes built-in applications for email, weather report, news, stocks quotes, geolocation services and even Twitter.

‘We started with a simple observation: everybody has faced connection issues, even in covered areas like trains, subways, indoor buildings or any other areas with poor or limited connectivity,’ said Albert Szulman, CEO of Paris-based Be-Bound.

‘We aim to connect the world. There’s no plan or contract, you buy credits, and use it.’
Be-Bound’s app requires no infrastructure investment and will eventually works with every phone carrier in the world.


Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Heading for MetroPCS 25th November:


While the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 might not necessarily be Samsung’s largest phone in their portfolio at the moment, it is possibly their highest specked and most expensive so far. Well the good news is that if you wanted a large screen device but didn’t want to fork out for the Galaxy Note 3, you’re in luck because MetroPCS has announced that they will be offering up the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 starting from the 25th of November. Subscribers will be able to get their hands on the device for $349 after a $100 rebate and an additional $50 rebate if they were to buy it in the store, making the device a somewhat affordable large screen handset if you did not want to be tied to a contract. The handset will be pretty much the same device as the one we reviewed earlier this year, meaning that customers can look forward to a 6.3” 720p HD display. This large screen coupled with the HD resolution means that pixel density will not be as sharp as the Galaxy Note 3’s Full HD, but it’s a matter of preference and also budget. It will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and will come with 8GB of onboard storage with support for microSD card memory expansion. It will pack a 3,200mAh battery, and will sport an 8MP rear-facing camera, a 1.9MP front-facing camera, and will come with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean preinstalled.