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JEPUM 3.0 Launched

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

Web Responsive proudly launches version 3.0 of JEPUM – Joomla Easy Picture Uploader and Manager.

We listened to our users and added the most sought after functionality:

  • Configure any folder for image management
  • Move pictures between folders with easy drag-n-drop
  • Rename folders
  • Improved stability

Get JEPUM 3.0 here!

The free version of JEPUM has now been downloaded over a 1000 times and our commercial version is being used in more than 40 companies worldwide.

Thanks for supporting JEPUM!

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JEFUM – Joomla Easy File Uploader and Manager

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

Web Responsive is proud to launch our latest addition to our Joomla/Flex product family called JEFUM – Joomla Easy File Uploader and Manager.

The easiest way to manage your files on a Joomla! site.

JEFUM boosts the following benefits:

  • Drag-n-drop files to upload to your Joomla site
  • Configure any Joomla folder to upload files to
  • Manage multiple Joomla sites with the same app
  • Easy directory and file management
  • No need to login to backoffice to upload
  • Move files around with drag-n-drop

Now you can waste a lot less time managing your Joomla sites.

Get JEFUM for only 15 USD here!

JEFUM is built to work both with Joomla! 1.5 and Joomla! 1.6.

There is also a free version of JEFUM.

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Stay critical to your darling tools

Friday, March 19th, 2010

As a developer I like to learn about all new Internet technologies being born and embrace the ones I think will benefit my skills. But it is always a balance between dominating a few and adding the best ones to your arsenal, as there are too many to rule them all.

Our main tools at Web Responsive for daily development are Flex and Java and we love them both. But we don’t love them unconditionally. They have to deserve our love. So we are the first to criticize when problems show.

Our main goal is to be productive perfectionist, which is a difficult combination. It basically means we need tools that solve problems in the most easy and simple, yet powerful way.

If we stay focused on one technology without comparing with all the other technologies, we end up being blind to its faults.

What all this comes down to is that, though we do most development with Flex and Java, we embrace when other projects with needs of different technologies come along, say with PHP, HTML and AJAX.

These projects gives us a perfect opportunity to see how far the competing technologies have come and how well our own are doing.

But it is not only technologies, but also frameworks. Nowadays, these become less and less dependent on the underlying technology and more and more implemented as generic templates. This is really interesting as it forces us to think more abstract about how the problem should be solved rather than how the specific technology would solve it.

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