November 25, 2015
I found an Easter Egg in the new ExpressionEngine 3 service architecture that, although undocumented, is quite a useful resource for add-on developers and by extension designers and clients as well. It’s the CP/Filter service.
November 19, 2015
Today we are pleased to announce our next major release for ExpressionEngine 3, User 4! Please read this blog post for some important information…
November 10, 2015
Today we are pleased to announce our next major release for ExpressionEngine 3, Tag 5! Please read this blog post for some important information…
November 2, 2015
Today we are pleased to announce the release of Super Search 3 for ExpressionEngine 3! Please read this blog post for some important information…
October 29, 2015
ExpressionEngine 3 came out a couple of weeks ago. I’m really enjoying working with it as we update our addons. There is a new part of the architecture that EllisLab is calling Services. We’ll get technical and talk about a highlight in this blog post.
October 20, 2015
Before the 3.0 version was publicly released we were allowed to participate in the developer preview. It was a very well run program, very responsive and collaborative. It helped us make significant progress in converting our ExpressionEngine add-ons. Read on for the details.
October 15, 2015
ExpressionEngine 3 was just recently released. We have been preparing our plan for compatibility upgrades.
October 5, 2015
Also known as, “Just Get Missy To Do It”.
Solspace has been doing API integration projects on websites and web applications for more than a decade. One thing we know for certain is that you don’t always have to integrate API’s. Sometimes it’s perfectly sufficient to hire someone to do some simple data entry for you and save all the coding, QA and revision time.
September 28, 2015
One of my favorite things to do is to talk clients out of overbuilding their web applications. Here’s a fun story of how that approach worked particularly well.
September 21, 2015
Your software choice can be the main attraction or it can stay out of the way of the real work, which is the value proposition, time to market and the relationships. PHP as your underlying web development framework is still a great choice after all these years because it stays out of the way.