Yearly Archives: 2010

Getting Magento Enterprise Full Page Cache to work on your Store Home Page

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Assuming you are running Magento 1.8 Enterprise, you may have noticed that the home page does not cache by default, even though System -> Configuration -> Cache Management -> Page Cache is set. Only catalog and product pages make use

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Posted in E-commerce, Legacy, Magento

How PCI Compliance and MA Data Standards are Affecting Web Developers in Massachusetts

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There are two important standards which web developers and their clients in Massachusetts need to know about. They are: PCI Compliance. This affects everyone who stores or processes credit cards. It can also affect anyone who is doing any form

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Posted in Content Management, E-commerce

iPhone and Future of Mobile Web Application Development

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Can iPhone applications be described as accessible, either now or in the future? Last December, I blogged about T-on-Time, the contest entry to the MassDOT’s Developer Contest. Although I was disappointed T-on-Time didn’t win, the winners, MassTransit  and OpenMBTA deserved

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Posted in Hybrid Apps, IOS App Development