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cfcache is very slow compared to server scope in Railo 3.3.4.003 Thu, Oct 18, 2012 I thought <cfcache> was supposed to be fast?  I was surprised that it is not. Using railo 3.3.4.003 with memcache beta extension or ram cache, <cfcache> is much slower if you put it under load. I found the server scope to be 15 tim... Read More

We now support forced lead capture forms on our real estate web sites Tue, Oct 09, 2012 I built some new features into the lead capture form that pops up on the site. If you are logged in to the manager - it will never show the form. If you have submitted the form EVER before, it stores a PERMANENT COOKIE, so you WON'T see the lead cap... Read More

Image cropping improved for all our web sites Sat, Jun 23, 2012 Many of the images that come from other systems were simply displayed "AS IS" in the past.  This means even though it was a small box on the site, it may have been an image that was up to 3 times larger.   This caused pages with MLS listing... Read More

Our system now supports animated instant content loading via Ajax Sat, Jun 23, 2012 All pages of my company web site except my home page now animate and load via Javascript AJAX requests.  I upgraded my content management system (CMS) to support this consistently across all the page and blog features.  Other features will ... Read More

SPDY Protocol & Other Apache Upgrades Fri, Jun 22, 2012 Google thinks everyone should use SSL (secure connections) in the future to make the internet safer.   Since they made it faster with the new SPDY protocol, it is now easier then ever to agree with them. Google's web sites have been runnin... Read More

Now using smart cards for logon, email security and server administration Mon, Apr 30, 2012 Security is something that can be achieved at varying levels.   I have been raising our security to higher levels recently that go beyond the average protection most companies use to protect their data and customers. It is possible for people y... Read More

Video upload & resizing feature now built-in and it's iOS (iphone/ipad) compatible! Fri, Apr 13, 2012 Previously, we've uploaded videos to youtube and then use the youtube embed to put the videos on our client's web sites. Starting today, a new option in our content manager is available that lets you upload and resize videos that will only be access... Read More

Our web applications now route email through SendGrid.com Mon, Mar 19, 2012 I found an affordable service to route web site email through called www.SendGrid.com.   I was able to see emails that were going in the spam folder previously, go to the inbox without delay. All the web sites now send lead notifications a... Read More

Moving the web sites to a new server (again) and other system upgrades Mon, Feb 20, 2012 Update: I finished the migration to our new server on February 25th, 2012. In August, I put the web sites on a faster server.  There were 2 great promotions right now with the same hosting company.  I've invested in paying for 4 months of ... Read More

Data encryption features in development for our current and future web services Sat, Feb 18, 2012 This weekend, I have been looking at OpenSSL and GnuPG open source cryptography tools for the best way to handle encrypting sensitive information in future applications. OpenSSL is used for protecting SSL data streams and GPG/PGP is best for pro... Read More

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