WebKarnage and Projects
This site is all about the projects that we love to get involved in. Development and beta-testing of plugins, apps and web elements. There will gradually be more and more information on here of all the things we are getting into.
This great e-commerce service has now grown into something seriously professional. Anyone with ideas it is limited to RapidWeaver owners just because it offers RapidWeaver plugins and Stacks add ons needs to get a trial going and find out the real deal! Not only is the code very light on your page, but the snippet generator makes life so easy to get the information or selections you want to get from your customer. We use it for selling hosting packages and software (automated software delivery, including serial numbers) and for what we feel for such a cloud service is extremely cheap at $9.95/month.
While not restricted to any specific platform, we love the ability to search the cloud service inside RapidWeaver!
We are aware of other betas coming soon, and are looking forward to them! Also watch out for new versions of great RapidWeaver plugins currently in beta.
Flux 3 is the latest iteration of a brilliant website editing tool, with WYSIWYG and code editors, FTP client and full preview. The develoers (The Escapers) are very responsive and have included a huge number of new features during the development.
This is our Twitter client of choice for the Mac. Truly beautiful with many themes to choose from, it has a slick way of doing almost everything it does. The latest beta is for 2.0.2 as of 9th Feb 2011.
While RapidWeaver 5 is most certainly not beta now, Realmac release betas of the small updates, and we usually run them, generally without issue too! RapidWeaver 5.0.4b3 is now available from the RapidWeaver forum.
Coda is a well established editor on the Mac, with many users eagerly anticipating Coda 2 at some point after the release of Transmit 4 last year (we tested during the beta period and were very impressed). Transmit 4 is one of the great FTP apps we are blassed with on the Mac, and it's big brother Coda (a full development environment) will hopefully make significant moves forward to match.