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Heroku Subletting - Share the cloud

Heroku Subletting - Share the cloud 01 April 2014 Today we're proud to announce the launch Heroku Subletting, a great way to share Dynos. Since becoming Heroku partners last year we have been looking for ways in which we can improve the integration with their service. Heroku Subletting is that way. Sometimes an application needs more redundancy and

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Planning your SaaS application

Planning your SaaS application 21 March 2014 Idea It all starts with the idea, from there you can create an engaging brand, and easy to understand design and plan the data for development. Brand It's important that an application has a brand. This brand both needs to engage the idea

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Why We Love Ruby (And You Should, Too!)

Why We Love Ruby (And You Should, Too!) 17 March 2014 While we work on client projects, personal projects and this site using Ruby it's often good to stop and remember why we love ruby so much. Modular nature Most Ruby applications are built upon a series of gems. This makes it easy to build upon applications adding features as

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What is SaaS? What is PaaS?

What is SaaS? What is PaaS? 14 March 2014 We're well out of the Web 2.0 days, and firmly in the world of SaaS and PaaS, but what does it mean? What is Software as a Service (SaaS)? SaaS or Software as a Service is a model of software delivery when all the software and data is

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Husk CRM - For freelancers and small agencies

Husk CRM - For freelancers and small agencies 12 March 2014 If you follow us on Twitter or Facebook I'm sure you would've heard about Husk CRM. To manage our clients we've never found the ideal system. There are so many out there, but by building what works for us it'll make our lives easier, and making it available

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Plan your project with us

Plan your project with us 10 March 2014 We have just released a new tool to assist in planning your project. The Plan your project page tries to break down your project into sections. Initially we'd like you give a summary of what the project is and what you're trying to achieve. Next the audience, who

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Over One Million Drupal Sites

Over One Million Drupal Sites 10 March 2014 As of February 22nd 2014 there were 1,014,252 web sites using Drupal. According to the usage statistics, which are compiled from sites running the core update status module, Drupal hit the one million mark back on the February 1st. This is a huge landmark for Drupal as a CMS

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Sassy Sinatra

Sassy Sinatra 27 January 2014 Sass is awesome, but unfortunately Sinatra doesn't come with support out the box. Therefore we can make use of Sinatra AssetPack, this will allow the live compiling of Sass as well as formats such as Coffeescript for JavaScript. require 'sinatra/base' require 'sinatra/assetpack' require 'sass' class App <

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Deploying Drupal to heroku

Deploying Drupal to heroku 24 January 2014 Although not advised, it's actually possible to get Drupal up and running on Heroku. First download Drupal, this is easy with drush drush dl drupal and install the Heroku Toolbelt. Then cd into the Drupal directory, make it a git repo and push to heroku

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Who really needs a CMS?

Who really needs a CMS? 20 January 2014 A lot of websites are now driven by a CMS (content management system), the top 3 CMSs (Wordpress, Joomla and Drupal) power a combined total of over 25% of the web. But who want's a CMS? the developer? the client? the business? the user? There has been a lot

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