Archive for July, 2010

MDA Release: Google Analytics update

Morfik is pleased to announce the release of the Google Analytics package update for Morfik 2 and Morfik 3.

Most prominent features of the updated Google Analytics package include multiple domain tracking, event tracking, ecommerce and more.

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Morfik 3.0.2 – server-side optimization

We are getting close to releasing an update to Morfik 3, and today I'd like to share with you some exciting news about the work that has been done on improving the performance of websites created with Morfik. For this update we have focused on the server-side performance, here is a list of improvements that will be included in 3.0.2

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Introducing fast native database connectivity for MySQL and MS SQL with the release of MDA Zeos Package

Morfik is pleased to announce the release of the Zeos package.

The Morfik Zeos package contains classes that support direct connections to client-server databases through native connectors, removing the need to use ODBC. This package is based on the Open source ZeosLib code. The initial package offers native connections for MS SQL and MySQL databases.

The Zeos Package is free to download from the Morfik Packages webpage.

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MDA Release: XML-RPC Package

Morfik is pleased to announce the release of the XML-RPC package.

The Morfik XML-RPC package allows Morfik developers to integrate their web applications with web servers that expose xml-rpc functions. Browser-side xml-rpc functions can be consumed using the Morfik XML-RPC package.

This package is available to all MDA Plus and MDA Premium subscribers, and can be downloaded from the Morfik Packages webpage.

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MDA Release: RSS Package and the Bit.ly package

Morfik is pleased to announce the immediate availability of two new packages – the RSS package and the Bit.ly package.

The Morfik RSS package contains a widget that can be used to quickly create an RSS syndication feed for a website.

The Morfik bit.ly package contains an interface to the Bit.ly API to create shortened URLs, primarily used for saving characters in Tweets, blogs and emails.

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