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rfp-robotRFP ROBOT: Website Request for Proposal Generator

The time has come for a new website (or website redesign), which means you need to write a website request for proposal or web RFP. A Google search produces a few examples, but they vary wildly and don’t seem to speak really to your goals for developing or redesigning a new website. You need to write a website RFP that will clearly articulate your needs and generate responses from the best website designers and developers out there. But how?

Have no fear, RFP Robot is here. He will walk you through a step-by-step process to help you work through the details of your project and create a PDF formatted website design RFP that will provide the information vendors need to write an accurate bid. RFP Robot will tell you what info you should include, point out pitfalls, and give examples.

Drupal Development – A Look at Views

An important tool in any Drupal development is Views. Views is a powerful query builder for Drupal. It’s a module that lets you grab content from the database and present it to the user in specific ways that you need: lists, posts, galleries, reports, forum posts and more. While Views is a little more difficult to learn than most other Drupal modules, Views makes up for it by giving you the freedom to use any terms you want. The result far outweighs the cost in Drupal development. For example, if users will be purchasing a product through your Drupal development website, and you would like to display the order information in a specific way (say, alphabetical or numberical order). You can do this Drupal development in Views but not with other modules (like the Taxonomy module), which presents the information in chronological order. If you need to imply certain user…

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Apple vs. Adobe: The Saga of Flash

For many developers, the public feud between Apple and Adobe over the last couple of years has been hard. Apple’s ban on Adobe Flash meant that development time for the iPhone and iPad would cost developers extra time and money, along with the giant headache of using several technologies to develop one mobile project on several different platforms. But, just when it seemed like the headache was becoming too much, Apple suddenly changed their minds and reversed the ban last month.

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