Guestbooks used to be the only way visitors could communicate with the owner of a website without to copy and paste their email directly to a mail client. Things have come a long way, but the old ways are still learning a few new tricks. Ajax, PHP5, MySQL and XML are just a few of those tricks that JibberBook employs.
Content Manage Category
There seems to be hundreds of online file storage services. Why would we need another? We here at theDailyApp love simplicity, and when we came across FileSavr, we just had to share it. Say hello to a truly simple file upload and share service.
The file managers that come with your server normally.. well, suck. The interface is confusing, page loads are slow, and uploading and downloading can be a pain. Many times you just need a simple file/folder manager that allows you to upload, download, delete, and preview images and files. Relay does just that.
There are literally thousands of content management systems available on the web. Many of them free, many of them not. Each boasting more compelling features than the next. In the disarray of all the competition I found a little content management system named simply FrogCMS. Features are great, interface is awesome, and simplicity is its middle name.
Working with a web forum can be a dreadful task. Setting up categories, permissions, and public/password posts can hurt. Trying to attract users to your forum is hard enough, why should setting up the forum be the same? Replace those fears with a scoop of Vanilla.
When developing websites for clients, I often find that they either don’t have the time to learn a content management system like Joomla and Drupal, or they get overwhelmed by the dozens of publishing features. Sometimes you just need to change the paragraph on the front page, and for that you need a web app like CushyCMS.
Ever want to start your own job postings website? No? Well, think again. JobberBase allows you to have a fully functional, feature rich, user friendly, easily customizable job postings website. Oh, and it’s completely free. Now do you want to start your own job postings website? Yes? That’s what I thought.
Buying online is not what it used to be. Before, there were only a hand full of campanies that could afford to manage an online store. Now we’re finding more and more stay at home moms pumping out the benjamins in their spare time. Mothers of the world, behold Magento eCommerce.
“Proudly Powered by Wordpress” returns 7,450,000 hits in google and even more in Yahoo! Apparently people aren’t just keeping the Wordpress credits in their footer, they’re actually flaunting it. “What does Wordpress have that other blogging tools don’t have?”, “Why should I bother with Wordpress?”, “Can I live without Wordpress?”. If you’re asking questions like this, then you truly don’t know what you’re missing.
Before the boom of open source software, a high-end, fully-functional, feature-rich content management system could cost you upwards of $50,000. Low and behold, from the good graces of the original creators of Mambo, came the content management system hundreds of thousands of publishers have come to love named Joomla!