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  • Custom application design
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  • Professionally written content for sites
  • Easy to use content management systems
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  • Automating complex business tasks
  • Sell your products and services online
  • Animation, video, audio & interactivity
  • Web design for mobile phones & tablets
Recent Blog Articles

SSL Certificate and Nginx management features now built-in to Jetendo CMS

Implementing SSL is one of the best ways to protect financial data, password and other information in transit over the Internet. It's becoming even more important now as privacy concerns have increased due to government and malicious users spying on our Internet activity. Recently Google announced that they are making SSL a part of the...... Read More

Custom session replication now built into Jetendo CMS

There are a bunch of ways to replicate session data especially with Railo since it supports clustering multiple servers without licensing limitations, but I wanted fastest, most reliable and most secure approach, which requires a custom effort. I replaced the way sessions are retrieved and stored to use my own code for all the sites and went...... Read More

Invisionapp.com was built on ColdFusion

I'm sure most developers have run into invisionapp.com by now, but for those who haven't, it is a great tool for reviewing and collaborating on design ideas with your web design clients. Today, I just discovered that Ben Nadel, a big ColdFusion voice on the web, is CTO and co-founder of InvisionApp.com. That's awesome and even more...... Read More

Jetendo Server updated to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Today, I updated the installation documentation and virtual machine to run the latest version of Ubuntu, 14.04 LTS, which was just release last month.  This new release of Ubuntu will be officially supported by Canonical until April 2019, which makes it a great choice for new production servers that want to use the latest technology and keep...... Read More

DMARC Policy change at big ISPs wreaking havoc on existing email systems

Yahoo, AOL, Microsoft, Google, and perhaps others have recently decided to start blocking email sent from their domain that was sent from a different mail server. Many website email systems send mail on behalf of the user to notify their customers when new information comes, ask them to join a mailing list, or other kinds of...... Read More