What’s the deal?
Each project is unique. Each project possesses investment of money and represents significant IP. All of them are commercially promoted and many companies use them to earn money.
Few commercial projects:
- www.sortmybooks.com – behind a wordpress product page, lies a complete on-line accounting package. Developed with advanced concepts of MVC, object-oriented design, and business logic + UI mashup. Equipped with 2 completely custom themes, theme-able and designed for growth. Integrated with jQuery UI and bearing many custom-designed components and elements. Apply for trial account or watch video presentation.
- www.epicenter.ie – a good illustration of a custom-frontend. Watch a presentation.
- More project screenshots from projects including domainclub.com, nextaction.ie, mypodcast.com and many others.
- (more recent projects are under NDA)
- A Bare-bones installation. Demonstrates what do you get right away. Each page is not more than 20 lines of simple mash-code. It also takes under 40 lines to configure sample data, and API.
- Two weeks by developer who was completely new to framework. Result: a simple CRM with high potential. (u: firstname.lastname@example.org, p: demo)
- Same framework from a year ago. See how different it looks. Yet still as efficient. Demonstrates how much can be done in 2 day by experienced developer. 50% of the time was consumed by investigation of Irish Payroll laws for mathematical calculations. After demonstrating this in BizCamp event Agile received 2 new software development contracts.
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