Software releases 6.25–6.27 saw updates to timezones (as we're supporting clients in different timezones), blog archives, Bambora payment, unified software on lead generation forms, and 2 new types of homepage options.
We've focused on software updates to make publishing easier. We've made it so that our graphic designers can load images into the new website without the help of a technical person. For the first time, the graphic developers are able to "play with the canvas themselves." And in Bernie's words, "Instead of communicating via telegraph," they are able to change colours, fonts, sizing and spacing. This also gives us the ability to create live "mock-ups" for the client, which helps in streamlining the approval process for the client. Continue Reading
A ton of great new features in this release. Updates to the blog manager and "social only posts" and some updates to dropdowns in the lead dashboard are just some of the fun updates in this release. Continue Reading
Now we're onto Version 6.16 of the software development updates. In this summary, I'll explain 3 of my fave updates from this release. It's all about Facebook Leads, DocuSign and box #4 on the homepage! Continue Reading
Spartan Spark's latest software version 6.15 is out, and we've got some really interesting updates regarding our search engine algorithm. We're talking about www and no-www in the search bar as well as updates and explanations on how HTTP2 affects your SEO results. Continue Reading
These are the improvements we've made to the Spartan Spark platform in Q1. The focus this quarter was on reducing sophisticated spam attacks and moving the platform to the new http2 required by the search engines to improve SEO. The focus on monitoring has provided visibility across websites, improving our "self-healing" process, reducing the number of errors on the platform to about 25% of what we had in Q4-2018. Read the entire update to see all the geeky details. Continue Reading
Some of the new features of the spartanOne upgrade include splitting the code from 60k lines of code to 6 groups of 10k, to delegate the programming work more effectively. Interested in geeky stuff? Read the rest of the release notes. Continue Reading