A PHP developer is responsible for writing server-side web application logic. PHP developers usually develop back-end components, connect the application with the other (often third-party) web services, and support the front-end developers by integrating their work with the application.
- Write “clean”, well-designed code
- Produce detailed specifications
- Troubleshoot, test and maintain the core product software and databases to ensure strong optimization and functionality
- Contribute in all phases of the development lifecycle
- Follow industry best practices
- Develop and deploy new features to facilitate related procedures and tools if necessary
- Minimum 2Y of experience in Laravel framework
- Core concepts of PHP and OOPS (Classes, Object etc.)
- Static functions, REST APIs, Passport, Sanctum, Cron job schedular.
- Strong knowledge about GitHub, including PR creation, PR review, Conflict resolve, CI/CD (optional).
- Trait, Helper (custom as well as default), Queue, Events, Request Resource, View Composer, Migrations, Webhook, Scheduled Jobs, Job runner etc. in Laravel.
- Experience in Code Deployment on Server using Git, FTP or CI/CD
Salary Range: Decent hike on current CTC.