Shah - Web Developer - Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan

Kamran Shah

Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan


Web Developer


Solid web development experience using MVC architecture and OOP patern, PHP, AJAX, Framework (ZEND, Codeigniter), Wordpress, MySQL, jQuery, XML, DHTML and CSS.

I love working with devotion and dedication in high professional Environment where I can use my skills and abilities to do my best. I'm always looking for new things to learn and be up-to-date in my field.

Web Applications Development, Web Analytic, Social media integration, IT & business development, entrepreneurship

Work History

Web Developer


From October 2012

Web Developer


October 2012 - October 2012

My role in the company is to develop websites related ecommerce, shopping carts,business applications, CMS and also re-coded already working websites. I worked on many websites using core Php, Codeigneter. Working on HTML,DHTML,jQuery,AJAX, CSS3 and Wordpress.

Web Developer

Infomist Services

November 2010 - September 2012

Web Developer

Infomist Services

November 2010 - October 2012

My exposure in Web Development was very good. During my tenure with Infomist team I came up with lot of efforts and sincerity to my work. I had highly professional and motivational seniors with my duty. My working skills made me one of the best developers at Infomist Services.


CSS3 Transitions: Syntax and Example Code

In the last 10 years, I have seen websites evolve from ugly looking text-based websites to fancy (but extremely heavy) Flash-based websites to CSS3-enabled lightweight yet attractive websites. In the last few years a new genre of websites have sprung up called Web apps. In the coming 12 months, we will see the line between Web apps and websites fading away. The element that has changed over the years is the interactivity and involvement of the visitor on the website.
In the early days, it was more like a monologue. The visitor would visit your website and read the content you had uploaded to it. When people realized that it was getting too boring, they introduced Flash to make the websites more attractive. In spite of its attractiveness, Flash brought its own set of problems to the web and eventually people realized that the web needed a more open standard and something that is more lightweight. With the introduction of HTML5 and CSS3, we now have actual choices besides Flash for building interactive and animated websites--and Web apps.
Interactive websites involve quite a few elements. AJAX, a snappy response when you click things and the most important, multi-device compatibility. With Google Android and Apple iOS dominating the non-desktop device market, and the huge success of the iPhone and iPad, developers are desperately looking for options other than Flash, which isn't supported on iOS and many Android devices.

HTML5 Contest

There is an HTML5 app contest taking place called the AppsFuel HTML5 App Challenge. There is no entry fee so even the HTML5 developers sustaining themselves on ramen noodles and two year old gummy bears can enter. Voting will be done via Twitter and Facebook so the most popular app will win. It is not a complete popularity contest as the best app selected by a jury may also be a winner.

I know what you’re thinking…what is the prize? I would be lying if I said a billion dollars. So I am not going to say that. Can I promise you fresh gummy bears right out of their Frankenweenie like bakery? Nope, I cannot promise that either. I actually wasn’t that clear on what the prize was so I went straight to the source and asked Ernesto Arroyo who originally told me about this HTML5 contest.

My question to Ernesto: Can you explain the prize further and why an app development team or individual would want to win it? Is there any monetary compensation?

This is his response: First, access to the AppFuel HTML direct carrier billing and payment system and API, which offers a chance for developers to make money with their HTML5 app. For example, in-app payments, or upgrades etc…

The prize includes a nomination to the Mobile Premier Awards, which offers a chance to the App developer to pitch his/her app to a panel of mobile experts during the Mobile World Congress.

The Mobile Premier Awards offer a chance for developers to meet mobile influencers and investors, first hand. For example, last year members of the jury included (we saw some deals being made on satage):

Qualifications & Certifications

Master of Science (MSc)

University of Sargodha

University of Sargodha


University of the Punjab, Lahore

Govt. College of commerce Sargodha

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