EasySocial 2.0 Alpha Available Now!

  Mark EasySocial

EasySocial 2.0 Alpha Available Now!

I am extremely proud to announce to you the availability of EasySocial 2.0 Alpha :) There are just too many things that is running on my mind right now but I will post some of the recap of EasySocial 2.0 next. So enjoy! 


Redesigned Mobile Engine

We have tried to collaborate with EasySocial 1.4 on a mobile browser and to be honest, the experience was sub-par. We are now taking the whole mobile experience to a new level altogether. With the stock wireframe theme, the mobile experience in EasySocial 2.0 will amaze you. The toolbar and navigation was also redesigned to allow your users a less obstructive view of the site.

Apart from that, we are also experimenting with a new swipe engine that is only applicable on mobile browsers (It wouldn't load on desktop versions). You can try swiping the statistics underneath your profile, group, event or page. :)

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Pages

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I believe this feature doesn't require much explanation as everyone knows what a Facebook Page is but to those who are still lost, this was one of the most requested feature of EasySocial 2.0 where site users could start their own Business Pages, Fan Pages, Club Pages or anything that you could ever imagine.

 

 

Docker Plugin

I have personally seen many sites that tried adding a toolbar at the top of the page and to be quite frank, most of them doesn't look good at all and it certainly would turn users away. We will soon be releasing a new external plugin called "Docker" which will be published on the Apps Directory as soon as EasySocial gets into beta :)

Docker allow your users to navigate through the site, get notified of updates and also post updates on the fly without browsing through the page. It will redefine the way your community works. Docker is also intelligent enough whereby posting anything from the Docker will automatically inject these new items on any streams at all. Be it on a stream module or on your EasySocial dashboard.

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Toolbar 2.0

Our goal since many releases ago is to unify and standardize the look and feel with toolbar across all of our extensions. In order to achieve that, we always thought that the only way to add more items on the menu is to have more working space (width of your template) . In preparation to unify the toolbar for all of our extensions, we have redesigned our toolbar (Some of our EasyDiscuss users might notice this already) to allow the toolbar to be more flexible.

It doesn't integrate with the rest of our extensions on the alpha yet but in the coming releases, we plan to turn that functionality on (Requires update on all of our extension). 

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Conversations Done Right

About 2 years ago, when EasySocial 1.0 was first showcased to the public, I was pretty excited to present the conversations layout (Some of you may have remembered). The look and feel of the previous conversation is pretty similar to what an e-mail really looked like and we thought it was pretty darn cool. However, as web pages are slowly being over-engineered, people tend to hate looking at e-mails all the time and if you are building a social network; you definitely want something fun and not looking at the screen which looks like your mailbox.

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Cards Layout

Over the years, as we add more functionality into the extension, we also added a complexity layer on it where people tend to get confused over the wide range of information that was being displayed. We always thought that it was good but we were proven wrong and simplicity is crucial in social web these days. With the new cards layout that represents your clusters, the brand new card layout would allow us to innovate further in future versions.

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Photos Improvements

You may now upload gif images through EasySocial. This service rides on our brand new image resizing service over the cloud without you having to configure anything at all. As long as URL is available on your hosting's end point and you have an active subscription with us, we'll resize the images for you.

 

Performance Booster

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EasySocial 2.0 also received a huge performance booster and when you install the Alpha, you will soon realize that your site loads magically faster. Well, I can't guarantee that it will be magically faster for everyone (for sites that has hundreds and thousands of extensions) but in general, it would have a huge performance impact. What has been done:

  • Foundry has been replaced altogether. Foundry was rendering about 70 over different javascript libraries prior to 2.0 but it now only runs on about 15 smaller library files.
  • It now only loads 1 script file per page load. Prior to EasySocial 2.0, EasySocial 1.4 renders about 5 different javascript files every time the user visits your site.
  • Smaller footprint for javascript file. We managed to reduce about 400 kb of fats from the javascript library while adding more functionality
  • Larger libraries like masonry are only rendered when it needs to.
 

 

Management Improvements

We have also improved the overall management interface and most of the administration area are now based on states. In non technical terms, whenever you filter a result set, it stays filtered and you don't have to filter it again unless you reset it :) The overall UI has also been improved with functionalities like easy access to the Apps Directory, Template files editor, Email files editor and a ton of other useful management tools.

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Mobile Web App

As mentioned in my prior post, we will also be introducing a new mobile web app that redefines your entire social network on a mobile device. This is an external app and is not included in the extension so you don't have to use it if you don't want to :) It brings an extremely rich mobile experience for your users.

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Modules

We have a total of 30 modules till date and with this release we will be adding another 5 new modules in this release. All 35 modules have been redesigned, refactored and it will look amazingly beautiful with the new UI of the modules. The 5 new modules added are:

- Recent Pages (Listing of pages on the site)
- Pages Menu (To allow quick access when one views a particular page)
- Pages Categories (Listing of categories for pages)
- User Statistics Module (Users can view their limits and usage)
- User Goals Module (Nice little goal tracker to motivate your users to perform more actions on the site)

 

There are just so many features that I would love to list them here but I guess it's best for you to give this a try for yourself by downloading the alpha release.

 

Thank You Everyone!

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I would like to take this opportunity to Thank the team for building an amazing platform for Joomla! To some of you who are familiar with source control, the team has done close to 8,000 commits in the past couple of months to bring you EasySocial 2.0!

 

To those who doesn't know what source control is, try typing a different line of html codes on a different file and upload it through FTP for 8,000 times :)

 

Last but not least, I would also like to Thank all our customers for your support throughout these years and we wish to see you build greater and more interactive social networking sites in the coming months.

 

 

Oh, and before I forget, EasySocial 2.0 Alpha can be accessed at the Issues area by clicking on the button below :)

 

Let's Remove The Headphone Jack →

Happy Testing and Enjoy!


  • James

    about 3 days ago

    Thanks for the good news, will start testing it now.

  • Mark

    In reply to: James about 3 days ago

    As always, Thanks James :)

  • Randall McCallum

    about 3 days ago

    This is excellent news. The testing and feedback begins to make EASYSOCIAL 2 AWESOME.

    CAN'T ACCESS ES 2 alpha
    The Let's Remove the Headphone Jack button takes me to a renew subscription message. I have an active subscription until October 12th, so I can't get access to the alpha to test it out.

    Comment last edited on about 3 days ago by Randall McCallum
  • Robert

    about 3 days ago

    My subscription is still active and expired next month.. why can't I access the issue tracker to download the alpha?

  • Randall McCallum

    In reply to: Robert about 3 days ago

    I have the same issue with not being able to access the alpha even though my subscription is active until October 12th.

  • Mark

    about 3 days ago

    Hm, as long as your subscription is active, you will be able to access the downloads. Could you post a ticket at https://crm.stackideas.com with your login credentials so that I can check it out?

  • Benoit Gonneville Damme

    about 3 days ago

    Biggest update yet!!! WOOOP! Can't wait to test it!

    For me, a unified toolbar and Docker are the biggest annoncement. Please make sure that you let users add custom menu element to those menus. If you want people to use the Docker as their main menu, you need to let admin add element from other non-stackidea components ;-)

    Thaaaaaaaaaaanks!!

  • Mark

    about 3 days ago

    Hey guys,

    Please try this out again, I have applied some fixes on the server and you should be able to access them now :)

  • Robert

    about 3 days ago

    I got it, thanks Mark. Can hardly wait to test this BEAST!

  • Mark

    In reply to: Robert about 3 days ago

    Thanks Robert :)

  • Robert

    about 3 days ago

    Quick question, does the alpha include the Mobile app?

  • Mark

    In reply to: Robert about 3 days ago

    Nope it doesn't. They are separate apps and will be released once the stable is out.

  • Robert

    In reply to: Mark about 3 days ago

    Got it. Mobile web app looks great. I hope all your extensions will be compatible with this app including kunena :p

  • Mark

    In reply to: Robert about 3 days ago

    It will. This is just the beginning of the progressive mobile web app :)

  • Robert

    In reply to: Mark about 3 days ago

    Awesome!

  • Randall McCallum

    about 3 days ago

    Thanks Mark,

    I am installing the alpha now and will start providing feedback.

  • Mark

    In reply to: Randall McCallum about 3 days ago

    Thank you Randall :) The more reports we get, the faster we get to push this beast out!

    Comment last edited on about 3 days ago by Mark
  • Guest - Martin

    about 3 days ago

    Looks really nice Mark!

    Do you expect implementing new Toolbar 2.0 in smaller updates to all your extensions soon? - or do you plan to this only via bigger version updates of your extensions? Woud be great to have one unified toolbar for all your extensions as soon as possible!

    Regards
    Martin

  • Mark

    In reply to: Guest - Martin about 3 days ago

    Yep, we will be updating the rest of the extensions once ES 2 becomes stable :)

  • Sascha Wittig

    about 3 days ago

    Hey could you elaborate a little bit more on that image resizing servie. does it mean that every single image is send to some 3rd party for the bare reason of resizing ?
    and are those images stored there and can I switch this of ?

    Thanks,
    Sascha

  • Mark

    In reply to: Sascha Wittig about 3 days ago

    Resizing over the network is done for GIF images only. Yes, you can switch GIF functionality off.

  • n00bster

    about 3 days ago

    big respect guys, ES2 looks fantastic.

  • Mark

    In reply to: n00bster about 3 days ago

    Thank you :)

  • will

    about 3 days ago

    So will the glitch on mobile be fixed with this update?

  • Mark

    In reply to: will about 3 days ago

    Hm, not too sure what glitch are you talking about here but the entire user experience on a mobile has been redesigned ground up.

    This includes methods of detection for mobile devices :)

  • will

    In reply to: Mark about 2 days ago

    The sites would look distorted on mobile when they are loading. Has this been fixed?

  • Mark

    In reply to: will about 2 days ago

    As mentioned in the blog post, the entire UI for mobile has been reworked for performance as well as usability issues :)

    Also, prior to 2.0, all EasySocial versions already has responsive built into the template. If you had issues with the responsive layout, you could always post your support questions on our forums and we'll get it fixed :)

  • Guest - amit

    about 3 days ago

    is there rtl support?

  • Mark

    In reply to: Guest - amit about 3 days ago

    RTL support is being updated right now as we speak as EasySocial 2.0 has a brand new layout altogether :)

  • Bombshell

    about 3 days ago

    How do I download EasySocial2? I renewed my subscription early.

  • Mark

    In reply to: Bombshell about 3 days ago
  • Randall McCallum

    about 3 days ago

    Bombshell, To download the alpha version

    Look for this up above:

    Oh, and before I forget, EasySocial 2.0 Alpha can be accessed at the Issues area by clicking on the button below :)

  • Erik Renninger

    about 3 days ago

    up on a test site, made a back up of existing site and put up new on a the test site, implemented clean and now testing out good look and feel i like it so far, the groups layout is a great touch

  • Mark

    In reply to: Erik Renninger about 3 days ago

    Great! You should also help us out by testing the upgrades from 1.x :)

  • Guest - Per

    about 3 days ago

    Hello,
    will the mobile app feature push notifications for new messages in a group you're a member of?

  • Mark

    In reply to: Guest - Per about 3 days ago

    The push notifications are tied to the notifications system in EasySocial. We will blog about the notifications app soon when we release it later on :)

  • Bombshell

    about 3 days ago

    Thank you for replying. I read that you shouldn't download it to an active website. I have an active community. I guess I'll have to wait. I don't want to encounter problems.

  • Sylvie

    In reply to: Bombshell about 3 days ago

    Hello there,

    Yes, it is not advisable to be installed on your live site as Alpha version may consist of bugs in which might be minor or major. :)

  • Shane Thorpe

    about 3 days ago

    So we are being asked to test this for you but we have to pay for the privilige - don't agree with this even thoug we have used and got your products previously.

  • Mark

    In reply to: Shane Thorpe about 3 days ago

    It's entirely up to you if you want to test it or not but we are testing them internally as well :)

  • Shane Thorpe

    In reply to: Mark about 3 days ago

    Quite happy to assist but don't understand why we have to pay for the privilege Mark.

    So how do we obtain a copy to test and report back for you?

  • Mark

    In reply to: Shane Thorpe about 3 days ago

    The access to EasySocial 2.0 is restricted to users with a valid subscription :)

  • Shane Thorpe

    In reply to: Mark about 3 days ago

    Then we will have to wait until it is released.

    It just seems morally wrong to charge someone to test your product and assist you in a commercial process.

    Have no objections to assisting any open source projects at all.

  • Mark

    In reply to: Mark about 3 days ago

    We are not really requesting you to test. We are releasing this as a "nightly build" where subscribers could play around with it if they want to.

    If you don't want to, you are not forced to and you have to wait for the stable release. Even so, you don't own any subscriptions at all so I am not too sure how you would gain access to it :)

  • Sabih

    In reply to: Shane Thorpe about 3 days ago

    Leave this untouched and wait until the final release. Being able to take a sneak into alpha is a big win for a webmaster to be able to prepare a lot of stuff so an update will be easy once the final release will be published. Not sure about your expectations and honestly it sounds a lot like those are not reasonable...

  • Guest - jbl

    about 3 days ago

    Hi mark :D hats off for easysocial 2.0
    i read about progressive mobile web app for easysocial. i tried to google about PWA but not able to understands how it will used with easysocial

    will it create the native .apk file or .ipa file for android or iphone so that user able to download app for easysocial SITE or user need browser to explore the site ?

  • Mark

    In reply to: Guest - jbl about 3 days ago

    There is actually some confusions in that sentence itself but it's merely just a "concept" rather than a "technology". I believe the other definition of "progressive web app" is coming from https://developers.google.com/web/progressive-web-apps/

    What I really meant is that it's just a UI that is meant for mobile browsers :)

  • Sunny

    about 3 days ago

    Hi Mark,

    Firstly our congratulations on the release of Alpha of ES2.0.

    I noticed that ES 2 now has new Docker Plugin with quick post, just a quick query. Does the quick post now support #tags and @mentions??

    Secondly do you have a demo of the Alpha ES2, so that we can have a peek in.

    regards
    Sunny

  • Mark

    In reply to: Sunny about 3 days ago

    Both the quick post module as well as the quick post in the docker will work exactly the same as the story form including all rich medias as well as tagging, mentions and everything else :)

    We don't have a demo yet currently but we will publish one soon.

    Comment last edited on about 3 days ago by Mark
  • Sunny

    In reply to: Mark about 3 days ago

    :):):)

  • Guest - tom

    about 3 days ago

    ES 2.0 looks very promising and I’m really interested in getting a subscription, once it is stable. But I have a few questions first:

    1. will the echo template become available with the stable release of ES 2.0? Maybe a few preview screenshots anytime soon?

    2. after buying one of your templates, will future updates to this be free?

    3. how about preorder bundles (pay now, get access access to beta for testing without an entitlement to customer service, subscription officially begins once the stable version is released)?

    Thanks!

  • Mark

    about 3 days ago

    Hello tom,


    1. will the echo template become available with the stable release of ES 2.0? Maybe a few preview screenshots anytime soon?

    Nope, we are still working on the echo template :)


    2. after buying one of your templates, will future updates to this be free?

    Any items purchased from the Apps Store are one time only. We do not charge anything recurring.


    3. how about preorder bundles (pay now, get access access to beta for testing without an entitlement to customer service, subscription officially begins once the stable version is released)?

    We do not offer such packages currently. The moment you purchased the extension, the subscription would run out after the period of time.

  • Guest - ssnobben

    about 3 days ago

    Something to pick up from CB like maybe language overrides http://www.joomlapolis.com/blog/kyle/18701-language-overrides-have-arrived and dynamic update profile location fields with obligatory group selector & options for single and multi-select fieldtypes http://www.joomlapolis.com/blog/kyle/18702-select-options-extended

  • Mark

    In reply to: Guest - ssnobben about 3 days ago

    I do not see a point in doing that language override because Joomla already has it.

  • Sunny

    about 3 days ago

    Hi mark,

    Now that Twitter and Facebook Registration and login are native to ES, would it mean that we can omit JFBC?

    If yes, what will happen to users who have registered on our old site using JFBC, would they still be able to have one click login or do they have to re-register?

    regards

  • Mark

    In reply to: Sunny about 3 days ago

    JFBC still has it's pros as they support LinkedIn as well but it's up to you of course if you want to keep JFBC or use the built-in oauth providers.

    If you decide to not use JFB any longer, then yes they will need to register on the site again as we don't have an "import" tool for JFBC right now.

  • Sunny

    In reply to: Mark about 3 days ago

    :(:( Its a pity that we wouldn't be able to use native features if we want to port existing members to the new upgrade, import would have been nice. Looks like we have to keep the bloats of third party apps:(

    Only difference to me between your native oAuth and JFB is Google+ login. (FB+Twitter+Google is 99.8% of the online user base)

    regards

  • Sunny

    about 3 days ago

    WOW, now an inbuilt overrides system with notes, Great going.

    I have read this blog 5 times over by now:D:D

  • Mark

    In reply to: Sunny about 3 days ago

    Yep, we spent a lot of time putting ourselves in your shoes. There's a lot of usability improvements especially on the administration area.

  • Sam Famma

    about 3 days ago

    Loading times are amazing Damn! Wow! :):):):):):):):):):):):) With my existing components it wiped 6 second on first load Wow!!! and getting faster!

    Finding quite a few minor bugs but nothing that can't be fix! The added template editor is a real bonus. The design has been streamlined making it easy for the user to grasp. Will keep working on it First impressions wow!

    Great work Stacks

  • Mark

    about 3 days ago

    Thanks Sam :) We are still trying to improve our performance internally right now while the tests are still running!

  • Sam Famma

    about 3 days ago

    Understandable - looking forward to the stable version. Will it be able to install directly over 1.4x?
    Also checkout polls in the toolbar small - DB issue

  • Mark

    In reply to: Sam Famma about 2 days ago

    Yep, it can and should be upgraded over 1.4 easily :)

  • Petar Elez

    about 2 days ago

    My ES subscription just expired but all the other ones are still active. Either way I am sadly disappointed that we have to have an active sub to test an ALPHA release.

  • Mark

    In reply to: Petar Elez about 2 days ago

    I am not too sure where did you get the idea that you would get alpha / beta updates but it is stated on the pricing plans that you would gain access to 6 months of product updates and support.

  • Petar Elez

    In reply to: Mark about 2 days ago

    I understand and agree with the approach in regards to the stable release.

    It would make more sense to get as many people as possible to test the alpha so you can bring it to market faster and probably get subscribers who are waiting for the v2 release sooner.

    Maybe that is a wrong perspective to have.

  • Mark

    In reply to: Petar Elez about 2 days ago

    Yep, I absolutely agree but that would also lead up to more people abusing the downloads by uploading these alpha releases to warez sites and eventually flood the market with product with bugs and would be even more problematic.

    Thanks for understanding Petar :)

  • Petar Elez

    In reply to: Mark about 2 days ago

    Makes sense. Thanks for the input.

  • Sabih

    In reply to: Mark about 2 days ago

    According to the problem, I am just curious why it is even possible to download the full component while installing via API code seems way more secure to prevent the upload to warez sites.

  • Mark

    In reply to: Mark about 2 days ago

    That's because in order for the API version to work, we need to publish it and publishing it would also mean that everyone would need to download using the same download mechanism from our dashboard :p

  • pearce

    about 2 days ago

    have downloaded ES2, unfortunately after upgrading from ES 1.4, the site crashed. all went terribly bad when i tried to downgrade from ES2.0 to ES 1.4.12, neither the front end nor the backend could still work. I had to use FTP to delete the folders /components/com_easysocial and also /administrator/components/com_easysocial then reinstall ES 1.4.12. Now I have to wait for the stable version :(

  • Mark

    In reply to: pearce about 2 days ago

    Hello Pearce,

    This is why you shouldn't be installing it on a live site :) Anyhow, I am suspecting that there is a template override on your site which caused errors because the overriden files were from 1.x but since you did not post this on the issue tracker, we can't really check.

    This is the only most possible reason that would conflict with the upgrades that we seen so far.

  • Guest - JBL

    about 2 days ago

    that would also lead up to more people abusing the downloads by uploading these alpha releases to warez sites and eventually flood the market with product with bugs

    HI mark i completely agree with you:)

    But instead of provide the alpha copy to easysocial non-subscriber. stackideas can create the separate online demo for alpha ES like test-ES-alpha.stackideas.com so that non-subscriber
    at-least report front end Bugs of ES 2.0 :)

    More number of testers will make robust and quality ES SATBLE release in short time :)

  • Mark

    In reply to: Guest - JBL about 2 days ago

    That's a pretty good idea JBL :) Thank you.

  • loic

    about 2 days ago

    Wow ! That impresive

    Personaly very interested by the toolbar 2.0 and the Docker
    When the site incluse forum + ES... i wonder the user will be a bit lost posting by "quick post" and not in the forum...
    Do you plan to include something to avoid this ?
    The ability to post a blog post is already included... what about posting a new forum discussion ??
    Loic

  • Mark

    In reply to: loic about 2 days ago

    Hello Loic,

    Since the quick post in the docker and the quick post in the module renders the full story form and since EasyDiscuss app allows you to post new forum posts using the story form, it will work as what you wanted :)

  • loic

    In reply to: Mark about 2 days ago

    Waou ! Super great !
    Now just have to wait the improvement of the migrator from kunena to ED
    Thanks stackideas team for again your great work

    Comment last edited on about 2 days ago by loic
  • Mark

    In reply to: loic 1 day ago

    This is how the docker would look like, http://take.ms/5ccJn :D

  • Guest - kimmy

    about 2 days ago

    @mark
    will Easysocial 2.0 works with php 7 stack with mariadb ?

  • Mark

    In reply to: Guest - kimmy about 2 days ago

    Yes and as a matter of fact, EasySocial 1.4.x already works with PHP 7 stack along with MariaDB.

  • Mel

    about 2 days ago

    Ahhhh ... been waiting for a news update (didn't arrive :( ) I only just spotted this - downloading now - excited!!!
    Mel

  • Mark

    In reply to: Mel about 2 days ago

    We actually sent a newsletter out. Did you not receive it? :o

  • Mel

    In reply to: Mark 1 day ago

    Hi Mark,

    no I haven't received it. Just gone back to 20th and all I have are these Blog responses ... strange!

  • Mark

    In reply to: Mel 1 day ago

    Strange, perhaps you already unsubscribed from our newsletter?

  • Mel

    In reply to: Mark 1 day ago

    No, I wouldn't have done that - unless I have done in error. I better re-subscribe if that may be the case :)

  • Mel

    about 2 days ago

    Hi,

    love it! Where do we find the app to test - or is that not released yet?

    Mel

  • Mark

    In reply to: Mel about 2 days ago

    It is not released yet :)

  • Mel

    1 day ago

    Im way too eager ... dare I ask when it may be?

  • Mark

    In reply to: Mel 1 day ago

    Probably when the stable is out :)

  • Antonio

    1 day ago

    Hi, I would be interested to version 2 and I would like to try it before you buy it, especially to check the moving part. How do I get the demo?

    Thank you and greetings

  • Mark

    In reply to: Antonio 1 day ago

    I am sorry but we do not have any trial plans available currently.

  • Antonio

    In reply to: Mark 1 day ago

    ok thanks Mark appearance.
    There is a forecast of when it will be put online a demo?

    Greetings :)
    antoniot74@gmail.com

  • Mark

    In reply to: Antonio 1 day ago

    We are working on the demo and it will be available when a beta is out :) We are on alpha 2 right now.

  • Guest - Tim

    1 day ago

    A friend sent me alpha installation file and I am amazed by this extension. I have been using jomsocial for many years, can you export the data?

  • Mark

    In reply to: Guest - Tim 1 day ago

    We have been getting lots of messages like this and most of the cases, in fact 99% of the time, your "friend" is probably from a ware* site. Anyhow, EasySocial does have a built in migrator for Jomsocial and you may migrate it using the built in migrator.

    I sincerely hope that you would consider purchasing a subscription rather than using software's from your "friends" :)

    Otherwise you won't have much "software's" from your "friends" in the future.

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  • Mel

    1 day ago

    Hi Randall,

    I echo your feelings I think. I have worked with lots of developers over the years. Stackideas has been EXCEPTIONAL, one that makes me feel valued as a customer, one that gives me that personal touch which we all crave - like they care about our issues (and overlook our lack of knowledge in the process so still allow us our dignity) There is always a welcome reception, always an exceptional service (which I can say 100% - I have never experienced this anywhere else - in our world). They actually have become my model for service provision - thank you (Mark) I think who is behind all of this. Wonderful!

  • Mark

    23 hours ago

    Thanks Randall and Mel :) It's good to see that there is still people who understand the struggles of others and not just themselves.

    Building and crafting software for you to use is our passion but passion would not pay the bills. I wish it could but this is reality :)

    Comment last edited on 23 hours ago by Mark
  • Dennis Lloyd

    15 hours ago

    I have been looking forward to this for a long time. But when I tried to apply 2.0 to my dev site (or a 100% fresh Joomla install) it seem the CSS is not being applied, here is a screenshot of what I see in the backend and the frontend.. any ideas??

    http://new.cwga.ca/frontend.png

    http://new.cwga.ca/backend.png

    Comment last edited on 15 hours ago by Dennis Lloyd
  • Mark

    In reply to: Dennis Lloyd 11 hours ago

    Dennis,

    Please post your issues on our issue tracker instead of posting them here

  • Dennis Lloyd

    10 hours ago

    No problem. Actually that has been resolved with a chown on some files.. I will post an issue on the tracker for a couple other issues.

    Great job on the alpha!

    Comment last edited on 10 hours ago by Dennis Lloyd
  • Mark

    In reply to: Dennis Lloyd 9 hours ago

    Thanks Dennis :)

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