16 Million Lines of Code and Counting
Tuesday 7th January 2014 at 10:59pm by Richard Davey
It has taken over 10 years, but we have finally exceeded 16 million lines of code (16,003,756 by the end of today, to be exact). Our latest project for Dartmoor Zoo which is soon to be released, consists of 1,165,218 lines alone, and was completed within 8 months.
To strengthen this claim of achievement, only 47,940 lines of this latest project consisted of the core PHP or other supporting frameworks, and another 158,651 of these lines were duplicated common libraries written by ourselves or third-parties.
Monday 29th June 2015 - We are pleased to announce the new Harbron Recruit website is now live! Harbron Recruit got in touch with us recently, as they wanted their Wordpress site moving to a bespoke platform and also wanted to extend their site with custom functionality.
Tuesday 28th April 2015 - Just as your screens and internet connections leap into the future, so should your website!
Thursday 23rd April 2015 - Google has now released it’s new mobile search algorithm and has released a handy tool to help you check your website.
Wednesday 15th April 2015 - Sometimes you find that your web browser just doesn’t have that certain feature that you want. Extensions and plugins have come to the rescue, but are the extensions or plugins you have installing from a trusted source?
Friday 10th April 2015 - Quite often when we need to write a large amount of code to complete a particular task we’ll first look to see if someone has already written an open source library which we can use instead of spending hours or days writing something that will do that same thing.