Tag archives: web app

The Autopsy of a failed web app

It’s time to stop pretending; Cart45, the web app released in July 2008 was not the resounding success I or my employers had hoped for. This post, will undoubtedly burn some bridges, but I hope something can be learnt from it.

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Creating a web app’s folder/file structure

I’m convinced that folder/file structure plays an instrumental role in ensuring a downloadable app doesn’t confuse people and is easy to install.

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Introducing a new Ecommerce platform, Cart45

After what seems like an age of hardwork, this week sees the launch of the ‘top secret’ web app. It’s an easy to use ecommerce system called Cart45.

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Lessons learnt from beta testing

Last week, saw the completion of the first round of beta testing for Bean Counter. Was the beta testing a success? No, not really.

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Launching your own web app – what’s involved?

I have decided to launch my own web app. The web application in question, is one I mentioned a few weeks ago and it is to be called Bean Counter.

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Newsflash: Manchester web developer beats Google Checkout API to death in frenzied attack

Two weeks ago, I wrote about wasting my time trying to integrate Google Checkout into our top secret web app. You may be glad to hear that my time is no longer being wasted and I seem to have finally solved my Google Checkout conundrum as of this week.

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