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QUP.TV

By Michael Bleigh on June 15, 2012

Last weekend I participated in the first Hack the Midwest, a 24-hour hackathon in Kansas City. I was very impressed by the event: nearly 100 developers from the Kansas City area participated with tons of API sponsors and great prizes. I decided to go it alone and throw my hat into the ring with an idea that I had been thinking of for a while:...

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Announcing OmniAuth BrowserID

By Michael Bleigh on December 21, 2011

I've been following the progress of Mozilla's BrowserID for some time now, and I'm a big fan. Having dove much deeper than most into the quagmire of fragmented authentication I've reached the same conclusion that Mozilla has: ultimately, authentication is a function that should belong to the user agent.

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OmniAuth 1.0: Auth for All

By Michael Bleigh on November 2, 2011

Today I'm happy to announce that OmniAuth version 1.0.0 has been released into the wild. The result of more than a month of heavy development, the newest version of OmniAuth brings along with it a slate of new features, a whole new structure, and the tools to let OmniAuth be your only authentication library. The one thing that hasn't...

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Intridea Client, Demosphere, Launches Mobile Score Reporting App

By Intridea on October 6, 2011

Demosphere, a leading provider of web-based administrative tools for youth sports organizations approached our mobile development team to help give their users mobile accessibility. For some time, they have provided an IVR interface to youth sports organizations to phone in results of soccer matches via cell phone voice commands. Demosphere...

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Intridea Places Among The 500 Fastest Growing Companies In America

By Dave Naffis on August 23, 2011

Four years ago, what started as a team of three people with a conviction to create an agile, modern web development company has evolved into one the largest and most successful Rails development shops in the country. Today we are a strong team comprised of nearly 50 developers, project managers, QA engineers, and innovators. Making the Inc. 500...

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Ruby Thankful

By Michael Bleigh on August 15, 2011

A lot has been made in the talkosphere recently about the brewing "multi-Ruby version manager" war, namely RVM vs newcomer rbenv. I'm not here to discuss the relative merits of either software solution, mostly because I take things pretty simple and straightforward in command-line world and I've never run into problems with...

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GemNotifier Goes Open Source

By Roc Yu on July 8, 2011

In April, I announced GemNotifier, a new Intridea SparkTime project. GemNotifier is a web app I created to send notifications to users when the gems they subscribe to are updated. Today, I'm excited to announce that we are open sourcing GemNotifier. At Intridea, we have a long history of support for open source development, and we make every...

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RefactorMyCode Goes Open Source

By Intridea on July 7, 2011

Earlier this week we gave you some updates on the RefactorMyCode project that we took over from its creator, Marc-André Cournoyer this April. When we made the announcement that we were taking over RefactorMyCode.com, we let everyone know that we intended to open source the project eventually. That day has come!

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Change The Way You Do Business With Socialspring

By Intridea on June 21, 2011

Today we launch a suite of social enterprise solutions that will change the way you do business. Introducing Socialspring: business software, humanized. We've reimagined how social enterprise software should work and our tools are rooted in the modern tenets of social interaction to engage, empower and strengthen your employees in the areas of...

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Intridea Client, DealPop Acquired by Tippr

By Intridea on June 3, 2011

Yesterday it was announced that one of our clients, DealPop, was acquired by Tippr. Tippr, a collective buying daily deals site founded in 2010 and known for their "accelerated deals" model acquired DealPop, a "neighborhood deals" startup from WhitePages Inc. Congratulations to the DealPop team on this great news and for all the hard work,...

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Introducing Socialspring: Business Software, Humanized

By Intridea on May 23, 2011

Socialspring is business software, humanized. The suite offers a complete set of tools for internal social collaboration, productivity, expert search and more. Unlike current social enterprise software, Socialspring is not just a dressed-up social network. We’ve re-imagined how business software can mimic real world social connections to help...

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Presently Chrome Extension - Official Release

By Intridea on May 12, 2011

It's been in beta since the beginning of this year, but today it's official - we're releasing the Presently Chrome Extension as a full-fledged Presently client. We released the first version in January, and since then our developers have been adding functionality and making tweaks to give it bring functionality to the extension - so Presently...

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More Mobile Updates for Presently: Android Application Refreshed

By Maggie Lubberts on April 25, 2011

Here at Presently we understand that the key to staying connected is mobility so we've been working hard to improve our applications for mobile platforms! In last week's announcement on the new Presently Desktop, we promised you an update for Presently Android, and we're here to make good on that promise! Starting today you can uninstall the old...

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Upgrades for Presently Desktop

By Intridea on April 20, 2011

2012 has brought about a series of changes and updates for Presently, including an updated Chrome Extension, a slick new iPhone app, SharePoint 2010 integration and an impressive round of UI changes for the native web app. April has been our busiest month, and today we're excited to make yet another update announcement, this time concerning our...

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Announcing SparkBin - Private Beta

By Michael Bleigh on February 22, 2011

Your employees have great ideas. Unfortunately, it's too easy to overlook that spark of genius when it's trapped in an e-mail or a conversation. SparkBin is a tool for aggregating all those ideas, ensuring they don't get lost in the shuffle. It's also a way for your team to receive immediate feedback on their ideas.

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OmniAuth: Flexible, Unassuming Multi-Provider Authentication for Rack

By Michael Bleigh on October 4, 2010

The web application landscape has changed drastically in the past year or two. Where once every site was a silo unto itself and could reasonably expect users to create a unique login and password for each site, it is now a different story. I sigh every time I have to fill out yet another registration form, wishing instead for a simple...

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FlockFeeds Launches From Node Knockout

By Intridea on August 30, 2010

This past weekend was the first [Node Knockout](http://www.nodeknockout.com), a 48-hour development competition utilizing [Node.js](http://www.nodejs.org). Always up for exploring new technologies, Intridea was represented at the competition by Michael Bleigh, Sean Soper, and Jerry Cheung. 48 hours later, [FlockFeeds](http://flockfeeds.com) has...

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MultiJSON: The swappable JSON handler

By Michael Bleigh on June 14, 2010

As library authors it is our duty to try to support as large a part of the community as possible and do so in a friendly manner. To that end, today we’re releasing MultiJSON, a simple library that allows you to seamlessly provide multiple JSON backends for your library with intelligent defaulting.

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OAuth2 Gem: Just in Time For Facebook's Graph

By Michael Bleigh on April 22, 2010

While I’d been tracking with great interest the progress of OAuth 2.0, Facebook lit off the powderkeg yesterday by announcing that their entire API was moving to the protocol (as well as to RESTful JSON). As a developer who had been constantly confounded by the relentlessly hostile environment that Facebook seemed to present to developers,...

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Simple Mustache JSON Serialization

By Michael Bleigh on January 21, 2010

If you’ve taken a look at Mustache, the “stupid in a good way” templating engine, you might know that there are also Javascript Mustache renderers such as Mustache.js. Today we’ve released a small library called mustache_json that allows you to compile your Mustache view objects into JSON, allowing them to be interpreted...

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Announcing the CrowdSound July 2008 Release

By Pradeep Elankumaran on June 30, 2008

Intridea is proud to announce the July 2008 release of CrowdSound, the social feedback tool that opens up new lines of communication between you and your customers. The social feedback tool allows enterprise websites and social networking sites to gather, organize and respond to suggestions from their customers—for just $10 per month. Because...

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Beboist -- Updates and Attention

By Pradeep Elankumaran on April 4, 2008

Our friends at "Bebo":http://www.bebo.com have selected our "Beboist plugin":http://www.intridea.com/2008/1/11/beboist-a-rails-plugin-for-the-bebo-social-api to be one of their "featured Bebo Social API libraries":http://developer.bebo.com/blog/index.php/2008/04/03/introducing-a-ruby-api-for-bebo/. This joyous...

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