Over at the Ignition Development blog, I’ve posted an article on the development of the content management and online store framework that runs Tentacle Software.

The old Tentacle Software website wasn’t a looker by anyone’s standards; it functioned, in that it served HTML pages with text and links, but it was by no means a stunning piece of architecture. In fact, it was just a couple of raw HTML pages and some JavaScript.


In the run-up to launching Disk Management, we redesigned the site using a free CSS template and switched to Ignition Development’s Site Foundation Framework for content management and shopping functionality. Why SFF? Well, you can’t run a successful store on a crap CMS, and I helped write SFF so I know it’s awesome.

I’m planning to do a few posts like this, describing the infrastructure I built to get Tentacle Software off the ground. Should be interesting for anyone trying to get their own business started.

posted on Thursday, March 04, 2010 9:22 PM | Filed Under [ Site Development ]


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