Webinar: Strategic SharePoint - May 30 11:00 ET / 15:00 GMT

Strategic SharePoint

Especially with the introduction of SharePoint 2013 and increasing demand for cross-platform user experiences, SharePoint projects become more strategic in nature.

When we speak to clients regarding SharePoint initiatives, we often find:

Security Considerations for Mobile and Mobile Web

When people think of mobile technology, security is not usually the first thing that comes to mind. Usually people think of downloading some streaming tunes or contributing to their favorite social network; maybe responding to a quick email. Almost all of these applications have few, if any security concerns.

ES6 - From Recursion to Tail Recursion

es6, recursion, tail recursion
The next version of JavaScript (ECMAScript 6 / ES6) will be introducing an incredibly powerful programming feature called Tail Recursion, a feature that I’m very excited about. In this article I want to talk a bit about recursion vs. iteration, tail recursion and what that means for the future of JavaScript.

Cryptocurrency 2015: The Rise and Adoption in E-Commerce

bitcoin adoption
Over the last few years the rise of cryptocurrency has taken the world by storm. So how does it translate to everyday e-commerce? Let’s take a dive into cryptocurrencies using Bitcoin as our example because it has the largest community by far and the best commercial adoption to date.

Drupal 8 Will Make a Huge Difference in Development for 2015

Drupal 8 / Drupal CMS features & improvements
The launch of Drupal 8 will provide over 200 new features and improvements, including improved accessibility, multilingual capabilities, security and mobile responsiveness. Our Drupal CMS expert looks at how this will impact development in 2015.

Our 5 Most Wonderful Posts from 2014

Holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year.  It’s a time spent with friends and family and a lot of reflection of the year happens as the year comes to an end.  Before moving into the new year, we wanted to take a moment and look back at our blog. It’s been a busy year and we have had a lot of great articles written by our DOOR3ers!

Here our top 5 most wonderful DOOR3 blog posts from 2014:

Deck the Halls with Lots of Beacons

beacons, ibeacons, beacon technology
7 things you can expect to see in your 2015 shopping experience and 7 more we're putting on our wish list for Santa.

Developer’s Corner: Ruby....The What, Why and When

When non-developers hear about Ruby, they tend to think it might be something new or rather outdated, or something limited and not broadly used in the industry since its name doesn't include any plus signs, hashtags, dashes, or acronyms. Since its release to the public in 1995, Ruby has evolved into something very interesting.

Modern Web Dev Series: Part 3

When most people think of web development, the first thing that comes into mind is making websites: the content, the structure, and the design. Lately however, this has become only a very small part of web development today.