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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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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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How to Get Mitchell to Write Code for Free in 3 Easy Steps

July 6, 2015

Step 1, be a cool, fun client.
Step 2, demonstrate that you have been or will remain a cool, fun client.
Step 3, have a really funky, difficult, yet still somehow within reach problem to solve.

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You are now a record in my CRM

June 2, 2015

Just because I am learning about marketing and sales this year and getting more systematic in how my company works with new clients doesn’t mean you are not still a flesh and blood human to me. You’re a record in my CRM, but no offense is intended. Honest!

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