Apostrophe 1.5

Apostrophe 1.5 was a Content Management System based on Symfony 1.2. It was a really cool CMS despite its flaws. I worked with a number of websites between 2015 - 2017 and even built a website based on it [ http://www.mountainsfoundation.com Southern California Mountains Foundation ]. I made some rather significant modifications to it to meet my goals and it still didn't really match up...But it was pretty good. The CMS has been EOLĀ for some time now. The new version Apostrophe 2 is based on node.js. It looks cool, but I am not sure that it will ever catch on. It looks like node.js has found a niche as a CMD tool more than a server.

Southern California Mountains Foundation

Sun, 04/23/2017 - 14:29

This website was designed by Nicole Beale. I built the markup, the SASS and wrote various modules and modified the Core PHP as was necessary. The CMS was Symfony Apostrophe 1.5. It was sort of an experiment in a way. The previous website was built in Symfony Apostrophe 1.5 and we didn't want to have to migrate the content and re-teach the employees on a whole new CMS. The problem was that Apostrophe was never designed for mobile websites.

Programming for the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC)

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 23:19

I have performed several tasks for RCTC over the last two years updating and creating content, not only for their main website, but for the various construction and project proposal websites as well. This article only highlights a few.

NOTE: Geographics company did not create the latest version of the RCTC main website. They still do a great deal of work for them, but for the website, they decided to go another way.

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