ucraft is a new entry in the website builder market. It's touted as being simple and easy to use with a user interface that is unique. While most website builders have a wide selection of price plans to choose from, ucraft offers all of their premium features at a less than $10 / month. Today, I'm going to take a look at it in this Ucraft Review. Read More →
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GoDaddy is one of the biggest hosting and domain providers in the world and with millions of customers worldwide, they offer a huge array of services to keep their customers happy. One such service is the GoDaddy Online Store which is a quick and easy way to get an online store up and running with minimal effort. Today, we're going to take a look at how it holds up. Here's a quick video overview of the GoDaddy Online Store Builder: Getting started is quick and easy, just sign up on the GoDaddy website.… Read More →
Looking for our SocialEngine Cloud Review? In my view, there’s a notable lack of capable social network builders out there. They exist, sure, but if you compare it with the eCommerce industry, there’s a serious shortage of vendors. SocialEngine though, is one platform that has been around for a number of years (since 2006, actually).… Read More →
Magentrix produces a number of portal solutions ranging from Customer portals to Partner portal products.… Read More →
Enonic XP is a combination of three things; a web CMS, an app engine, and NoSQL storage. The end result qualifies it to be a web operating system. The open source platform, and the team behind it, can be traced back to the year 2000. It’s based in Oslo, Norway, and gears itself towards the enterprise side of the spectrum. Enonic markets itself as a platform that does more than just build websites. It’s capable of building incredibly complex web based apps and experiences. It’s an application server within itself, built on the popular OSGI framework.… Read More →