CSR and Key in a single line

I’ve been creating Certificate signing requests and private keys in individual command line instructions for years. Just found you can do this! openssl req -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout server.key -out server.csr It’s the little Read more…

Make way, Git coming through

iptables -A OUTPUT -o eth0 -p tcp –dport 9418 -m state –state NEW,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT iptables -A INPUT -i eth0 -p tcp –sport 9418 -m state –state ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT That is all

Building Magento around Booksonix

Please check out hiveio.co.uk for more recent details and pricing on this solution! Practical Action Publishing approached FLUID7 to redesign their Development Bookshop. It was an exciting opportunity to move them off of an ageing OSCommerce site and into Read more…

FLUID7 have moved to Electric Wharf

We’re delighted to announce that over the summer we moved into the Cable Yard at Electric Wharf, situated along the Coventy canal near the centre of the City.

We’re really excited by our new studio, which provides us with creative space to develop and grow the company as we start to see the fruit of the partnership between WebJetty and FLUID7 a year on.

The Talent Business Redesign

Designer Ben Merrington got us onboard to deliver his designs for the thetalentbusiness.com. This redesign for The Talent Business, provider of senior talent to communications agencies and creative businesses around the globe, needed to utilise Read more…

Can open source web applications increase the ROI of your website?

We love nothing more than getting buried in bespoke projects that allow us to develop handcrafted applications and sites for our clients. That said, we don’t want to unnecessarily reinvent the wheel for each client, so unless their requirements are very bespoke we choose to build our solutions around existing open source products that provide feature rich, well developed and well tested solutions. Many well know web products are built this way, such as Google Chrome which is built by Google developers upon an open source foundation – so you’ve got to ask yourself does open source provide a way to develop web applications in a more cost/time effective manor?