Kineticode Releases Bricolage 1.10
Bricolage 1.10 is the culmination of over 18 months of development. Primary among the new features added by its international team of developers is native PHP templating, which allows PHP developers to work in their native environment to write templates formatting Bricolage documents for output. LDAP authentication simplifies single sign-on in environments using directory services. And a completely revamped, Web standards-compliant UI speeds up access by cutting down on bandwidth.
Kineticode and Radio Free Asia Launch Bricolage-Powered Site
Kineticode successfully rolls out Bricolage to the nine services of Radio Free Asia publishing in ten different languages and managing content in numerous character sets.
Kineticode Announces New Support Plans
The expanded support options feature multiple levels of technical support as well as improved templating support and a new software maintenance support plan.
Kineticode Announces Bricolage 1.8
Over 15 months in the making, the new version of the critically acclaimed open-source CMS offers to ease the management of multiple sites in a single interface.
Dean for America selects Bricolage to power DeanForAmerica.com
Democratic candidates’s revolutionary Internet strategy finds best-of-class solution in the open-source content management system.
Kineticode Announces Record Quarter
With new clients ETonline, The RAND Corporation, Dean for America, and Radio Free Asia, Kineticode’s Bricolage consulting business continues to gain momentum.
Kineticode Announces the Release of Bricolage 1.6
The culmination of 7 months’ effort from individuals and organizations around the world, Bricolage 1.6 is a significantly advanced version that includes over 80 new features and improvements.
Kineticode and Mac Publishing Launch Bricolage-Powered Macworld.com
By drawing on the power and flexibility of Bricolage and the expertise provided by Kineticode, Mac Publishing has successfully and transparently launched a new version of the popular Macworld Web site.