Creative Pulse news digest 2014 Q4

Creative Pulse news digest 2014 Q4

2014 has been a year full of creative mini steps for Creative Pulse. We published a couple of articles that were apparently more popular than anticipated. We published several updates for WordPress and Joomla extensions as well as updates in our collection of mini tools for PHP programmers.

The last quarter may appear to be less busy than the previous ones from the outside. We have been silently preparing a set of tools and frameworks for interesting software planned to go public in 2015. For the next year we have a lot more ambitious ideas scheduled to turn into live software and services.

One integral component in a new responsive layout framework we have been preparing is the menu system. Over the past weeks we published the new version of Touch Menu. This new version is aligned to our new framework, but it is also built to work with responsive layouts in general.

Our one and only article for the past quarter was an interesting script that stores PHP variables to PHP code and it is also an part in several tools we are about to publish in the coming year. This particular script has proven to be a saviour in many occassions.

We wish for a happy new year to everyone.

Written by Alex Stylianos on 31 December, 2014