February 14, 2013
Erik Reagan talks with me about driving sales through developing in-house expertise, fostering team cohesion, knowing boundaries and saying no.
February 7, 2013
Matthew Weinberg of Vector Media in New York City talks with me about maintaining the strong sales pipeline through a variety of different means.
December 27, 2012
ExpressionEngine 2.0 public beta was released 3 years ago on December 2nd, 2009, and ExpressionEngine 2.1.0, the first non-beta release, was released 2.5 years ago on July 12, 2010. Earlier this month, EllisLab retired ExpressionEngine 1.x into a legacy product, and it is no longer for sale.
December 21, 2012
With the recent release of ExpressionEngine 2.5.4, EE’s built in Cross Site Requst Forgery protection (secure forms option) changed. This change affected many of our addons with submission forms.
November 12, 2012
We’re very pleased to announce the release of Shortcut 2.0, which includes many new features, one of which allows you to automatically generate shortened URL’s when publishing/editing entries!
October 21, 2012
This week we have put all of our language files on github so people can translate them and submit translations to be shared if they wish. Our own Nicolas Bottari has started the flow by making Freeform work in Canada (French language files added to github).
October 19, 2012
On November 1, 2012 we will be increasing the prices of all of our add-ons by an average of 30%.
July 25, 2012
Coded anew, from scratch, from the ground up, rethought and redesigned from top to bottom, Freeform 4 builds on a tool that has been indispensable to ExpressionEngine website development for years. Always has been free. Always will be. And now there’s Freeform Pro when you need extra strength and flexibility.
May 24, 2012
We are very pleased to announce the release of Importer 2.1, which now includes full support for Pixel & Tonic’s Playa and Matrix field types! This is a free upgrade to existing Importer 2.x license owners.
October 24, 2011
In this new world, if you want to do anything of reach and importance, you need a web developer. If you want it to be good, you need an ExpressionEngine web developer. This gives us (EE web developers) the power; power we are unaccustomed to. What are we going to do with it? How are we going to keep it in check? How are we going to retain it and show others how best to use it?