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Debitoor's super-team: Dropbox, MailChimp, Salesforce and others

Debitoor's super-team: Dropbox, MailChimp, Salesforce and others

What if you could get out of your accounting software more than you have thought? Share your invoices via Dropbox, mark due dates in Google Calendar and even more – with the invoicing software Debitoor.

How to activate the Mailjet integration

How to activate the Mailjet integration

In our last blog post I was talking about how a ready-to-use integration solution can effectively support you in automating your email marketing with Mailjet. This time, as promised, I’m going to lead you step-by-step through the integration process.

Automate your email marketing with Mailjet

Automate your email marketing with Mailjet

Are you already familiar with automated email marketing or are considering your first steps towards this?

Happy Christmas Holidays!

Happy Christmas Holidays!

Christmas is almost around the corner now, and this is our Thank You to you!

Alternative to Heroku

Alternative to Heroku

I was spending couple of evenings last week looking for alternative to Heroku that is hosted in Germany.

Why we chose API-Based CMS System

Why we chose API-Based CMS System

In our last post we summarized what we need in our new content management system (CMS). After careful considerations and analysis we selected a new interesting CMS system. It is called...

5 Must-Have Features we need in our Content Management System

5 Must-Have Features we need in our Content Management System

Dear startups of the world, how do you do your web-sites? How do you maintain and keep information on your website up to date? Our website so far is build on top of a Twitter Bootstrap Theme we bought from...

How we use Amazon CloudFront for dynamically generated content

How we use Amazon CloudFront for dynamically generated content

Amazon CloudFront in combination with custom origin provide us with a great caching and content delivery service. We can use it even for dynamically generated resources. In our (simplistic) test we’ve seen 10-fold increase in speed and latency when serving from CloudFront caches. With CloudFront we can declaratively control caching behavior. With agressive caching we can significantly reduce load on our servers therefore we need less servers/VMs hence reducing costs.