Oxygen is a powerful web application framework. It is a base that allows us to focus on building meaningful application functionality on top of a core web application that implements a rich and robust set of best practices. There are a few examples of apps built on Oxygen here, and a few more in our portfolio.
A system for tracking installed software packages on web sites. InstallationsPro™ provides a way of tracking products, monitoring for updates, notifying clients of available upgrades, upgrade status tracking and generally keeping everything straight across the sites you manage. Built on the Oxygen framework.
NetNewsWire for the iPhone and iPad does not allow you to mark an item unread, AlmostUnread is the solution. It’s a free one-trick-pony service for iPhone and iPad NetNewsWire users that repurposes your Starred Items as a way to mark things as unread (well, AlmostUnread).
Released in July 2011
A tool for deploying WordPress content from a staging environment to a production environment using WordPress APIs. Using a simple “checkout” process, users can pick which modified content is deployed to the production site. If something didn’t go as planned, a simple one-click rollback puts everything back to where it was.
Migrating since January 2011
Tool for migrating non-WordPress sites into WordPress (we do this a lot). There are two main components, a crawler and a scraper. The crawler will spider the site and produce a list of URLs (using whitelist and blacklist URL pattern matching). The scraper crawls those URLs using an advanced system to locate and capture as much data from each page as possible, show a report of the results, then package it in a way that can be imported in WordPress. Built on the Oxygen framework.
Hosting since January 2011
Reliable. Scalable. Fluffy. Built from a need to easily increase WordPress web performance along with a site’s growing needs. CloudMoxie currently serves millions of page views each month. Contact CloudMoxie to learn more about sophisticated cloud-based WordPress hosting.