Upgrading your Magnolia 5.3.x project to a newer version 5.4.x should be an easy task, but even if we are speaking about two versions which are only 18 months apart, there are tweaks that have to be done, even for this small upgrade process.
Thoughts and commentary on the latest internet technologies
Priocept has recently been working side-by-side with two alternative cloud computing service providers: Rackspace and Amazon AWS. This gave us a great opportunity to compare the details of both providers. On both projects the software platform was based around Magnolia, a Java based CMS.
What level of investment are you committing to the development and enhancement of your website and e-commerce platform compared to the amounts spent on advertising and marketing? If the answer is “not much”, then here’s why you might want to think again.
Selecting a new technology solution to power your online sales can be a daunting proposition. Here are the five top tips we give to clients who are about to embark on a new e-commerce development.
A look at Demandware, a “cloud” based e-commerce solution, which retailers can exploit to develop online stores and to expand into international markets.
Priocept has recently been implementing and evaluating CloudFlare, a CDN service. We thought we would write up our findings for the benefit of other prospective CloudFlare users.
This Magnolia training article follows a website editor making minor changes to a page using Magnolia CMS. It uses the Magnolia CMS Demo Area, hosted by Magnolia International, which provides an area for exploring and practising the CMS and its functionality.
JQuery Validation is an efficient, resilient and widely adopted solution for client-side validation. Since JQuery's official support by Microsoft and the introduction of Unobtrusive Client Validation for .NET, it has become easier than ever to integrate with applications that use .NET forms.
In an age gone by, it was normal practice for web designers to fully draft their web concepts in Photoshop, arranging all of their elements within a single ‘.psd’ file. However, when there are now so many new, innovative and better solutions available, why would web designers and developers continue to employ Photoshop at all?