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Freeform Pro for Craft CMS!

August 10, 2017

Today we’re very pleased to announce the launch of Freeform Pro for Craft CMS! Freeform Pro is a consolidation of all API integrations and the Widget bundle, along with a new field pack and powerful exporting options! Rather than buying each of these features individually, you can now just purchase (or upgrade to) the Pro version. This will spare you the chore of buying extra addons, installing and updating them, etc.

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Freeform Next for ExpressionEngine!

June 1, 2017

Today we’re very pleased to announce the launch of a whole new form building experience, Freeform Next for ExpressionEngine! If you’re new to Freeform or ExpressionEngine, Freeform Next is the most powerful form building add-on for ExpressionEngine. The intuitive live preview field layout editor gives you full control to create simple or complex multi-column and multi-page forms. It also includes flexible email notification options, powerful and flexible templating, and the Pro version includes several API integrations.

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Solspace Freeform for Craft CMS!

November 2, 2016

Last week we soft launched our second major plugin for Craft CMS, Freeform! Today we released Freeform 1.1, which contains a number of new features, enhancements and bug fixes! I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank Gustavs for his tremendous work on Freeform for Craft. He’s also the same genius behind our popular Calendar plugin as well.

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So wait, this Node JS app is just going to sit there and run, like, forever?

July 16, 2016

Building, maintaining and most importantly, monitoring a Node JS application as a hub for your organization’s API integrations.

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How to Attach Records to Stuff in NetSuite using the SuiteTalk Webservice Thingy

May 5, 2016

I just finished a few hours of fighting with the NetSuite API, SuiteTalk, on attaching files to contact records. Google could find nothing of use to help me. So here’s a blog post that Google can show to the next poor soul who is about to go through what I just did.

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The Importance of Manual Data Entry in API Integration Work

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.

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ExpressionEngine + Salesforce + Google Analytics + Overbuilding

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.

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Mitchell Finally Writes a Marketing Plan: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Lead

September 15, 2015

January 2015 was the first time in the 15 years I have been running Solspace that the words ‘lead’ or ‘prospect’ or ‘marketing’ became part of the conversation. Read on to find out what a bonehead I am.

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I Like Slow and Steady

August 3, 2015

It doesn’t mean I miss deadlines or go over budget, quite the contrary. But I like a slow and steady coding style. The irony, and I’m not sure exactly how, is that I finish code really quickly, though it feels slow. Here’s how.

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Why Single Sign-on Is One of My Favorite Sources of Pain

July 20, 2015

We’ve built a lot of Single Sign-on (SSO) systems for our clients over the years. They’re fun, I think, because they’re so painful. You like pain too? Oh good, then read on.

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