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    Mobile and Social Interfaces for LongJump Online Database and PaaS Mobile and Social Interfaces for LongJump Online Database and PaaS

    Mobile and Social Interfaces for LongJump Online Database and PaaS

Mobile and Social Interfaces for LongJump Online Database and PaaS

We’re announcing our new release of LongJump, the online database and PaaS that helps your business compete! See the complete press release here! The biggest addition? LongJump Javelin. Need access to LongJump apps while you’re at a customer site, in line at the airport, or at your kid’s little league game? As part of Version 8.1, you’ll be introduced to LongJump Javelin – where you can take your business with you on your iPhone, iPad, or Android phones and tablets. LongJump Javelin is accessible anywhere […]
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    Answers – Community Help from Passionate LongJumpers Answers – Community Help from Passionate LongJumpers

    Answers – Community Help from Passionate LongJumpers

Answers – Community Help from Passionate LongJumpers

Have questions about LongJump, we’ve also rolled out LongJump Answers. This new feature lets you ask the LongJump user community questions about how to do something, tips, or tricks. Our App Geniuses will also be monitoring Answers to provide complete assistance. You can easily ask questions from the new Community sidebar. Clicking on other questions will take you to the Answers site where you can read questions and answers from other users. You can also mark answers as helpful or follow questions you’re interested in. Our goal is to make this a premier resource […]
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    RWW: 8 Simple Ways To Share Data Online RWW: 8 Simple Ways To Share Data Online

    RWW: 8 Simple Ways To Share Data Online

RWW: 8 Simple Ways To Share Data Online

David Strom over at ReadWriteWeb has a great primer on the range of online database tools on the web. Some of the benefits include: The process is very straightforward: you either copy and paste data or take your spreadsheet and upload it to the service, after creating accounts for you and your collaborators. Then you can make changes via your Web browser, no other software is required. Some of the services allow for more bells and whistles. Setup time is minimal; your data is properly protected by the service and safe from harm. And you don’t […]
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    LongJump Picks Up It’s 2nd AlwaysOn OnDemand 100 Award LongJump Picks Up It’s 2nd AlwaysOn OnDemand 100 Award

    LongJump Picks Up It’s 2nd AlwaysOn OnDemand 100 Award

LongJump Picks Up It’s 2nd AlwaysOn OnDemand 100 Award

LongJump was awarded it’s 2nd AlwaysOn OnDemand Top 100 Private Companies award in a row. LongJump was featured in the Cloud Applications Platform category for its online database and platform-as-a-service (paas) solutions along with nine other vendors. According to the site: Inclusion in the OnDemand 100 signifies leadership amongst its peers and game-changing approaches and technologies that are likely to disrupt existing markets and […]

10 Excellent REST Resources

Roy Fielding’s REST-style architecture is brilliantly simple and adaptable, but it can be difficult finding comprehensive information on how to apply its concepts or get help from the development community. There are many great resources for developers or even those with some basic web development skills to learn and apply REST APIs to their front-end web projects. Here are just a few really great places to go for information beyond the REST page on Wikipedia. (more…)
By |December 6th, 2010|Applications, Trends|0 Comments

Multitenancy – Still Top of Mind for SaaS Businesses

You may argue the difference between SaaS and the Cloud — about how one is a technology and the other is market-ese — but one factor you cannot argue about anymore is how multitenancy must be the basis for SaaS business software going forward. In September, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, at their conference Oracle OpenWorld, had the IT world a-buzz about how multitenancy is not secure. Says Ellison: “Multitenancy is a horrible idea. What it means is, everyone’s data is commingled, everyone’s customer list is in a single database. That’s a horrible security model. In the […]

Valley’s Fastest Growing Companies – Another Honor for LongJump

Last night at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, LongJump was honored with 59 other companies by the Silicon Valley Business Journal as one of the fastest growing companies. Says CEO Pankaj Malviya about the award: Silicon Valley is still the capitol of the startup spirit. It’s exciting. There are many great companies on this list doing fascinating work and it’s a great honor to be among them. And while the award itself is a treasure, the real value is that we […]
By |October 15th, 2010|Events, General News|0 Comments

LongJump Named a Top 5 Innovative Application Development and Deployment Company by Leading Analyst Firm

LongJump, a pioneer in platform-as-a-service (PaaS) and private cloud business applications, announced today that leading IT market research and advisory firm IDC (www.idc.com) named LongJump as one of five companies in a report published October 4th, 2010. “We view IDC’s analysis of the advancements in application development and deployment platforms as proof that as more enterprises become comfortable with public and private cloud computing, the process of creating applications […]

LongJump v7.1 Release with New UI

LongJump has released version 7.1 of is cloud applications platform which features a major user interface upgrade. Some of the big changes include: A dynamic tab interface where tabs are opened only as needed Reading panes for quickly viewing or editing record contents New charts with the ability to filter, group or drill down on the fly More sophisticated object modeling including support for cascade rules on composite objects Support for packaging data in addition to the application elements Permission hierarchy for ensuring security policies For a complete list of changes, refer to the

Creating Custom Web Forms with Associated Workflow

A lot of businesses need a means to have external people submit requests via a public website or blog. This might be a “contact us” page or a work order or any number of uses. Most webmasters will create a simple CGI script or a mailto form which generates a file or an email, respectively. The problem is that the person receiving that entry has to then manually copy the information into a database or spreadsheet. If the backend changes, for example, you need to add a field or change an acceptable value, then you have to change everything. […]