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Site Foundation Framework for indie software developers

The old Tentacle Software website wasn’t a looker by anyone’s standards; it functioned, in that it served HTML pages with text and links, but it was by no means a stunning piece of architecture. In fact, it was just a couple of raw HTML pages and some JavaScript. Foundation In the run-up to launching Disk Management, we redesigned the site using a free CSS template and switched to Ignition Development’s Site Foundation Framework for content management and shopping functionality. Why SFF? Well, you can’t run a successful store on a crap CMS, and I helped write SFF so...

This blog entry was posted @ Thursday, March 4, 2010 9:09 PM | Feedback (0)

Why we wrote the Site Foundation Framework

A couple of months ago on my personal site I briefly wrote about a post I read called Engineering your way to marketing success. I found the post interesting for a few reasons personally, but it was interesting from Ignition’s perspective because it mentions about writing your own CMS software which is what we did with our Site Foundation Framework. There’s a lot of interesting bits in that post (which is well worth reading in its entirety) but here’s the quote I’m talking about: Write your own CMS.  I would have totally disagreed with this...

This blog entry was posted @ Friday, February 19, 2010 3:00 PM | Feedback (0)