Beta testing- is your website ready?

Your brand-spanking new website is finally finished and you’re ready and raring to go-live. How can you be sure it is up to the job until it has been put to the test? The biggest defects, the ones glaring you in the face, have already been sorted out but...
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Transport for London's Journey Planner is now using Google Maps!

This year Earthware have been working alongside the TfL Online Team and BAE Systems Detica to create the new Transport for London Journey Planner. As of tomorrow you are able to try it out for yourself! We have been working on this very exciting project since January, creating the mapping...
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5 ways to make your web mapping fly!

Over the past four years here at Earthware we have encountered a number of performance challenges when creating mapping applications on the web. We thought it might be helpful to bring together the 5 most common issues we’ve encountered, both when helping other developers or in some of our...
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GoLearnTo continues to show how to place technology at the heart of the online experience

Now in our fourth year of partnership with GoLearnTo.com we are delighted that the website we have been involved in developing continues to go from strength to strength. In the last month GoLearnTo has added no less than four awards and nominations to their impressive array of successes including…...
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Become Mayor of your town!

Well, in a virtual sense at least. Foursquare is a fast-growing location-based game that allows you to ‘check-in’ to locations from your mobile device that is shared with users and your community of friends. As well as showing where people are, thanks to GPS technology, you can provide tips and...
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Earthware help Rovster launch a new type of property website

Earthware are delighted to have been invited by Gary McCausland (from BBC1’s “Axe the Agent” to do the web design, web development, interactive mapping and SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) for his new venture Rovster. Rovster allows a property owner who wants to “sell my house privately” to sign up...
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Using Virtual Earth Webservices with PHP

This last week we have been working on a Virtual Earth project with a client who have a large php extranet . As part of the mapping integration we have been helping their developers use the Virtual Earth webservices for Geocoding addresses but there seem to be no up to date...
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We Have Been Busy Web Developing Again.

Earthware have now made live their latest web development project, an online estate agency website for residential property in Buckinghamshire, DreamSpot. The journey began back in April 2008 when the two Neil’s first met. Neil Osmond, Earthware’s Operations Director and Neil Wood Managing Director of DreamSpot...
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