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We got a new software development project from Russian company, main web-site is clublch.ru. Our duties is to create several plugins for the website plus to create a new adaptive web-design which would work on PC and mobile devices. For example, we need to create new import plugin (when Excel file is a data source and that plugin should parse it and put new data into the DB into the correct categories). Also there is should be new plugin for payment system integration (bank Avangard from Russia) so users will be able to use credit cart in order to pay for order.
It’s not an CMS – main web-site is based on e-commerce solution called nopCommerce. It’s based on ASP.NET MVC, DB is MS SQL Server.
We’ll inform you about updates.
We have started working on the new project for Transwestern company.
Transwestern wants to automate processing of invoices, coming from different vendors. Those invoices should go through several levels of approvers and finally – to get into a payment system in order to get paid. You may imagine how many invoices are coming into the offices every day by taking into the account that as of today Transwestern company has 34 offices in U.S. This project should optimize business processes by saving a lot of time (as you remember – time is money!) by dramatically speeding up invoice processing. It leads to money saving and costs cutting for Transwestern.
We have published new version of the our software for Windows Phone – Contact Scrambler. It’s a mobile application that allows users to have some private information linked with contacts from contact list. This private information is stored in a secure way so nobody can access it but you – in order to get access to the data, user has to enter password.
Now application is fully localized (all the strings were translated) and supports 6 languages – English, Russian, French, Spanish, German and Italian. We were asked by some of the users to make localization – here we go! Please feel free to download it.
Hello everyone! Good news – we have published new version of our application for Windows Phone – Contact Scrambler. It contains several bug fixes and minor UI changes.
Another good news is that we decided to create brand new project – an enhanced version of Contact Scrambler that has several improvements like… Ops – can’t provide more info now as it’s a secret! We’ll post news about it later, when it will be released for public access! But now we can say that it will be really comfortable custom contact list with support of private data storing
Excellent news! Our mobile software for Windows Mobile – Contact Scrambler, has been downloaded more than 1000 times just for the first month! Also, the application got very good responses from users – now it has 4.5 star rating (in Russian region). We’re going to implement all requests, that are coming from application users (such as OneDrive sync) in the paid version of the application. Join!
I proud to announce that this Saturday I got an email from Microsoft:
“Congratulations! Contact Scrambler app has successfully passed certification to be included in the Windows Phone Store.”
This application (link) helps you to store your private (sensitive) data, data that is related with people from your contact list.
In one of our projects we’re using Bing Maps Silverlight control. It allows us to use all features of Bing Maps in our project and in the same time it allows to use Silverlight. The purpose of our project is to show objects from the customer’s DB on the map of United States. And one of the coolest features of the Bing Maps is one special view mode – Bird’s Eye. Bird’s eye is the unique view mode – it allows to see buildings not from the rooftop but from some angle – like birds can see it. And it looks very cool.