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Two New Sites :)

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Decisive Flow

13 November 2006 at 10:36am Community Member, 73 Posts

I'm a first time user of Silverstripe and these sites were made over a very short period. I'm absolutely in love with Silverstripe, it's easy to use, with some really cool features. Good work guys and thanks heaps for your help on these tight deadlines :)


13 November 2006 at 10:49am Core Development Team, 27 Posts

Very pretty designs!

Glad to hear your in love with SilverStripe, (us too!)



13 November 2006 at 2:10pm Forum Moderator, 921 Posts

How long did it take doing both?

Nice work. :]

Decisive Flow

13 November 2006 at 2:16pm Community Member, 73 Posts

timewise, i think we had them both up and going in less than a wek (if my memory serves me correctly) but it did mean a 6am start this morning and (oh dear) working int hwe weekend ;) to get them up by 8am ;) the first bits took a while, being as it was m first into to ss at all, but once you figure out the $ you're away laughing. you can do anything with those $ things :)


13 November 2006 at 2:21pm (Last edited: 13 November 2006 2:21pm), Forum Moderator, 921 Posts

Yeah, there's a few hidden gems around to do some cool stuff. :)

It's nice to see how fast you made the site(s). Once you get in the swing of it, making them is a breeze (almost). ;)


16 February 2007 at 4:50am Community Member, 8 Posts

Cool sites.

On the planHQ about us page, you have 2 RoR devs. How come you've chosen SilverStripe to build planHQ and not RoR? Just curious.


16 February 2007 at 9:31am Community Member, 3 Posts

When it comes to websites, Silverstripe is a pretty superior Opensource CMS, so it's the natural option.

When it came to developing a product like PlanHQ, we've made it from scratch so had the choice of using a whatever technology we wanted, and we met up with our lead dev Koz who's one of the lead guys with RoR so that made our mind up.

Developing a good product I still all about people and what they know, so If you've got good PHP developers then do the development in PHP, and consider SilverStripe as a platform. When it comes to websites, I want to grab a CMS that does plenty out of the box but can grow and be customised however you like, SilverStripe's positioned in this space perfectly.




17 February 2007 at 5:49am Community Member, 8 Posts

Thanks for clearing that up. I thought the actual application was built with SilverStripe as well.

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