Category: Web Development

Lane Cove Music - Community Partnerships

August 11, 2020 by Emily

Partnering with the local community is something Kindleman loves to do. So building a new website for Lane Cove Music was a perfect match. With its beginnings in 1945, Lane Cove Music runs six concerts a year in the Lane Cove Mowbray Anglican Church in the heart of Lane Cove, NSW. While... Read More


Online Approvals

July 28, 2020 by Emily

Getting a panel of experts to review and provide feedback on egg labels is a key offering for the industry body - Australian Eggs. Kindleman’s ‘Two Thumbs’ online approval system was used to enable egg producers to ensure they are compliant with the Egg Labelling Guidelines. The business tool allows egg... Read More


Error Reporting - How to Tell Us It's Broken

March 17, 2020 by Emily

Troubleshooting web issues is technical but also an art as there are so many variables. To help us find and fix the issues fast, it helps us to provide the following information: URL: MOST IMPORTANT Operating system: Mac/PC Browser: IE (11/edge), Chrome, Safari, Firefox Desktop/Mobile: iPad, Phone (Apple, Android) Error Message: “502 Server Error” Excessive detail: More... Read More


File Management with Rails and Active Storage

December 04, 2018 by Will

With Rails 5 we now have ActiveStorage: built in file management with the framework. This is a fantastic adition to the framework as it standardises file management, instead of relying on 3rd party plugins. ActiveStorage adds two tables to your app that handles all the file details (active_storage_blobs) and the... Read More


What’s The Story With Website Hosting?

June 13, 2018 by Emily

What’s the story with hosting? What do I need? What do I need to know? What about my emails? What’s my domain? These are all the many questions we get asked about website hosting and domains. So let’s start at the beginning… What's a Domain name? *Web Domain Names* - These are the URLs... Read More


Scope Creep - The Silent Project Killer

November 15, 2017 by Emily

Scope creep (also called requirement creep, function creep, or kitchen sink syndrome) in project management refers to changes, continuous or uncontrolled growth in a project's scope, at any point after the project begins. This can occur when the scope of a project is not properly defined, documented, or controlled. -... Read More


Ruby on Rails Administration Systems

October 13, 2017 by Will

A system to please everybody. A good administration tool needs to be a lot of things. It isn't just about basic crud anymore. You need it to be appealing to users so that it's a selling point for the project and users actually use it. It needs to help developers and... Read More


Working With Massive CSV Data

August 15, 2017 by Will

Working with big CSV's can be a pain. You don't want to open Numbers or Excel because they are slow and have a limit on the rows they can view. You need to be able to view, edit and create shorter versions for testing. Sometimes there are formatting issues to... Read More


Spree - Opensource eCommerce

June 15, 2017 by Will

Want to open an eCommerce store with flexible theme, functionality and content? We have just the platform for you. SpreeCommerce is an Open source eCommerce platform built with RubyOnRails - the best web development framework in the world Read More


Shopify - Hosted eCommerce

June 12, 2017 by Will

Shopify is the leading hosted ecommerce solution. It has been running for several years and boasts some impressive figures: 400,000 active stores and $34Bn sales. Shopify is big and in it for the long haul. What's a hosted solution? "Hosted eCommerce" means that your website is hosted on Shopify's servers, instead... Read More



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