Besides working on sites for Willow Farm Bed and Breakfast and Edwards Irish Partnership LLP, I have also continued work (mainly maintenance) for Court Park Properties. No major changes, just added a few pages for a new building project called Onyx. There was also a small amount of work on their database system.
This was an interesting project, which ran over last summer.
This was a big project during the summer of 2008. I can’t say who the work was for, but I can post about what the system does.
I have just got around to checking out some of my php/MySQL websites I have on my MacBook after upgrading to Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard). And the good news is everything appears to work, but a few tweaks were needed.
Unbelievable! The MMISoftware blog was spammed to death…. there were so many comments submitted and awaiting moderation, that it was impossible to access the WordPress management system for the site to clear all the spam! There was a backlog of over 25,000 messages.
MMISoftware has been very busy on a number of projects.
MMI have been working closely with Court Park Properties to develop their website. We are also working with the company to develop specialised ‘in-house’ software for use in the property development trade.
In addition, MMI has been working very hard since March 2005 on an exciting new website project. The site is being developed in php and MySQL, and will also lead to a number of ‘stand-alone’ Mac OS X programs. Can’t say anything more about this project at the moment…. but watch this space! (This explains why updates to existing programs have not been coming along and why nothing much has been said on this blog!)
As you may have noticed, if you have been here before, the blog has changed!
Originally the blog was hosted over at mac.com but was moved to this location in February 2005. The move came about due to some hosting problems over at mac.com and because it was thought it was better to have the blog at the same site as the MMISoftware website.
The blog was written using iBlog. The program works ‘as described on the tin’, however, it was always a bit limiting in the html that could be created and in the design of the eventual blog.