The 2013 ten24 Holiday Party headed to F1 in Boston to do some cart racing. It was a blast!
It's never easy to devote time to architecting, designing and building our own websites, client work always seems to get in the way ;) But it was time for us to revamp our messaging, highlight new products and bring our site technology up to date.
The latest version of Slatwall, version 3.1, launches today -- this update includes a fully functional reporting framework, integration with the payment gateway Stripe, and many more features.
Whether you’re attempting to build a new ecommerce website or merely looking to improve your existing site, the thought of undertaking this type of project is daunting. Not only do you have to find / build a team to create your site (or attempt it on your own -- often a disastrous and frustrating experience to say the least), but you also must organize the requirements of your own organization.
Simon Free, Senior Application Developer for ten24 Digital Solutions, has been asked to present at the Adobe ColdFusion Summit taking place at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 24th-25th, 2013.
When ten24 started back in 2008, mobile accessibility was merely on the horizon. Today, organizations come to us not only looking for a website to give traditional internet users an experience they expect, but one that seamlessly translates that experience onto mobile devices as well. Some organizations also want an app to make things even easier for their audiences, available in all app stores across all devices.
ten24 Digital Solutions, along with the entire open-source community, is excited to officially announce the release of Slatwall v3.0.
We recently sponsored a developer conference in Minneapolis at the crazy huge Mall of America. Not actually at the mall, but at a hotel attached to the mall.
When you start a project by having the difficult conversations you can't avoid, you save yourself frustrations later. It's easy to feel positive making a lot of progress, discussing and agreeing on easier issues, but you will be quickly deflated when more complicated features come up for discussion.
In the past several months, we've been fortunate to work with a number of entrepreneurs and small companies actively building their businesses on the web. Working in industries from clothing to industrial thermal oxidizers, these companies are creating, designing and launching applications on the web either as a service or a small piece of the business.