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On January 11, 2011, After6 Services LLC was granted its corporate charter. So today marks our sixth anniversary. We’re really proud of the work we’ve done with the Movable Type and WordPress content management systems, the many cloud services we integrate with those CMS platforms, and particularly our recent work with Node.js, AngularJS, and Apigee BaaS to produce our new RinkAtlas visual ice hockey arena directory. Thanks to our customers and friends around the world who have done business with us over the past six years. We hope we’ve helped you communicate and connect with your customers in many useful and … Read more
After6 Services is pleased to announce that we are now providing services on the WordPress web publishing platform. Our focus in choosing components for new WordPress sites will be: usability for non-technical users, security, scalability, and maintainability. Balancing these goals on a complex platform like WordPress is a challenge. But, after an entire summer of research, we rebuilt and relaunched the After6 Services website on WordPress. We’re using a well-supported theme called Make from The Theme Foundry. We’ve built three sites with Make and its companion WordPress plugin called Make Plus. The Make / Make Plus combination provides great usability for … Read more
After6 Services is pleased to announce that it has begun building integrations between the WordPress and Movable Type publishing systems and the Salesforce.com Sales Cloud. After6 is also creating integrations between the WordPress and Movable Type publishing systems and the MailChimp and Constant Contact Email Marketing Platforms. Salesforce Integration The simplest form of Salesforce integration is the construction of a Web-to-Lead Form. Web-to-Lead forms help prospective customers visiting your website to register their interest in your company’s services, so that a salesperson can contact them later. After6 also creates Web-to-Case Forms, for those companies who Salesforce workflows include cases. MailChimp Integration After6 works with customers to integrate their … Read more
Attention SuperAssets for Flickr users. Flickr is deprecating the non-SSL endpoints of the Flickr API on June 27. We created a new version of SuperAssets for Flickr that makes all Flickr API calls via SSL. SuperAssets for Flickr Version 1.02 is now available and is required for all users to continue successfully using the plugin. In addition, it’s the Flickr::API2 Perl module must be updated to version 2.08 or later. This update to Flickr::API2 is what enables SSL connections to be established.
Attention SuperAssets for Flickr users. Flickr is deprecating the non-SSL endpoints of the Flickr API on June 27. We are working on a SuperAssets for Flickr update that will make all API calls via SSL, and expect to release it in time to make the transition. An issue has been created in our Github repository that will be updated as we continue to work on the update, Update SuperAssets for Flickr to Access Flickr API over SSL. If you have questions or concerns, please engage us on Twitter, Facebook, or via the After6 Services Help Desk.