For any size business, your website can be one of your most valuable assets and great marketing tools. You need to nurture your website and analyze user data so that you can make an informed decision on how to best serve your customers.
Responsive web design is no longer just a catchphrase, it's here. Analytics show that more and more people, especially the people you probably want to target, are accessing the web via a mobile device.
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Posted April 23, 2010 | By Robert Wallis, Senior Developer | Filed under: Web Programming
Good websites are software. Software needs source control. Historically developers used CVS and Microsoft Visual SourceSafe (VSS) among others. But they were hard to use, and caused almost more problems than they were worth. So lots of amateur developers decided to just not use source control. The some really smart people decided to replace CVS with Subversion (SVN), and it was great. You didn't have to "check out" code to work on it, and you could branch code and everything and it was sweet. So all us good developers said "Hay Oh" and stuck all our projects into SVN. We looked back on all the bad times with VSS and CVS and were so impressed. So impressed and proud of ourselves for learning something new that we didn't even see the problems. But someone did. Actually a few people did. And in 2005, two new source control packages appeared, Mercurial and Git. But we liked SVN.
We've just updated our Campaign Monitor module for Expression Engine. Originally it was just to get the contact details for your clients already stored in campaign monitor, but now, an obvious extension, you can add addresses. This is perfect for adding a cool AJAX signup form on your site.
Posted May 08, 2009 | By Robert Wallis, Senior Developer | Filed under: Web Programming
The majority of the work I do here at Jub Jub is creating custom web applications for our business clients. Every business does things their own way, so we often create a custom pages on our client's website. I'd like to show you the process we go through to create a custom panel to organize business information. Often these things are hidden in the admin panel behind a login and a password so we can't show it off.