Keep Flippin' website v3

Stamped: 2009-06-15 00:00:00 -0400 | Show comments

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New Hotness (updated)

I've recently changed the Schedule page, and a hidden, non-publicly page, to use a Rails Application as a 'data-source' to provide the Schedule of classes, as well as other stuff on that non-public page. This was done in an effort to help ease the transition between the software that Keep Flippin' currently uses to manage itself, and the new software I will be writing. More will follow in the coming months!

Old and Busted (original)

Below this is all tech-talk. To summarize, I used new stuff to make the site better, make it quicker, and more responsive. This is what I made.

The new keep flippin website is built using compass for the CSS (this is amazing), symphony, some extensions I created, SASS, XSLT and GitHub to keep track of everything.

tags: keep flippin, portfolio, symphony
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