Darren Pywell (left in picture) and David Tattersall (right in picture)
co-founded Intergral "with the vision to provide context-rich, unified
information across the enterprise," they told Cold Fusion Developer's Journal
in an exclusive interivew. Intergral (www.intergral.com)
"With this vision in mind, we wanted to build our solutions on INTERnet
technologies and we knew that our software would be an inteGRAL part of the
business – so we put the two together and came up with Intergral,"
Tattersall says. Both founding partners have a long career history of
building information and knowledge management solutions, so this was the
natural choice for the company focus, they say.
Elaborating on these remarks, Tattersall, who serves as Managing Director,
discussed specific customer needs and other key aspects of the company that
are critical to Pywell (who serves as ... (more)
(August 2, 2002) - Macromedia, Inc. has just introduced Pet Market, a sample
application built using the entire Macromedia MX product family. Pet Market,
a fictitious online pet retailer, illustrates both the benefits of rich
Internet applications and the ability to deliver these experiences across
different server architectures, including the Java TM platform and Microsoft
Pet Market is accompanied online by source code, and more than a dozen
articles to show designers and developers how to create their own rich
Internet applications that drive down cost and ban... (more)
Midnight approaches and you're still battling with your latest Web
application. You may feel the urge to kill the darn thing. Well, there's good
news: now you can, thanks to Shawn "Hanzo" Holmes and Unweb
(www.iamunweb.com). Playing Unweb enables you to exact your revenge, with
extreme prejudice, on those pesky Web pages.
Unweb is an online game that allows you to "fight" and hopefully "kill" a Web
page. In the last few months it has taken off like a southern California
wildfire. I had a chance to talk to Hanzo and get the developer's perspective
on this unique and addictive new... (more)
As Macromedia's annual developer conference, MAX 2004, got underway in New
Orleans yesterday, the company took the opportunity to stress how important
great Web experiences are to users in forming opinions about Web sites.
Macromedia also previewed several innovations that are under consideration
for ColdFusion and its Flash Player.
Rob Burgess, chairman and CEO of Macromedia, addressed those present,
stressing Macromedia's devotion and desire to work alongside developers and
customers in creating products.
"Macromedia is excited to roll up its sleeves alongside our developers an... (more)
Recognizing that a Web site’s content and core design play a critical
role in search engine optimization, seven companies recently chose to power
their Web sites with Hot Banana (www.hotbanana.com), the SEO-friendly Web
content management solution (CMS) from J.L. Halsey.
Hot Banana designed its software specifically to generate pages that rank
well in search engines. Built from the ground up as an SEO-friendly CMS, Hot
Banana improves organic rankings by aligning a site’s content and
technical design in a way that allows the search engine spiders and robots to
visit ... (more)