PHP Social Network Site

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We are looking for a web development company to re-develop a local social network site we have been working on. The site has been written in asp, java and .net framework, and we would like to convert the site to php to deploy on Linux based server infrastructure with cloud based scalability.

Developers interested in quoting for this can use the .ASP site [url removed, login to view] as well as the mobile site located @ [url removed, login to view] as a development brief and software design scope of what needs to be developed. The project will require the development of both the main site and mobile version of the site. The site needs to be developed with deep integration into Twitter, Facebook and the Google maps Api. Successful applications will also be required to provide monthly maintenance, product enhancement etc on a monthly retainer based fee. An iphone, android, blackberry, Symbian smart phone applications will be briefed after the initial site is completed as a separate project, applications will be required to have substantial mobile application development skills.

Additional requirements: Applicants will be required to develop the site using the PHP Yii Framework - refer to [url removed, login to view]

Please download the document provided and complete the checklist to complete your application. No applicants will be considered without completing and returning this check-list to us. A brief over view of the site functionality requirements is also included.

We will provide a comprehensive written brief to the individuals chosen to develop the project.

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