Submit sitemap to google

Posted by annie on October 19, 2010 | 1 comments

Sitemap can increase the number of pages indexed by Google, and thus make your site more visible. So in our website, We tried to submit sitemap to google. Under google webmaster tools, there is a button to submit sitemap. First time around, we directly submitted the page, but the status shows of a big "×" – how frustrating!

Ruby 1.9.2 gems issues and resolution

Posted by Jack on October 11, 2010 | 1 comments

Recently, we have started using ruby 1.9.2, with little problems. With the nifty tool of rvm, managing multiple version of ruby vm has never been easier. However, I had some problems with the roo, an Excel parsing gem today. The error message is something like the following: /.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.2-head/gems/ruby-ole- `validate!': OLE2 signature is invalid (Ole::Storage::FormatError)

Radiant extension: blog-with-comments

Posted by Star on October 10, 2010 | 17 comments

Now almost all of the company or personal website has a blog system. If your website based on Radiant CMS, you know that the radiant can as a blog system, but this system only can post and display articles and doesn’t provide rights management, The rights management is the basic functions of the blog. we have finish our own blog engine to achieve it and already been introduced before, you can find it in

Thinking Sphinx Gem Delta Sorting fix

Posted by Jack on October 05, 2010 | 0 comments

Many full-blown applications need a full-text search engine. If you have been using Ruby on Rails application, chances are that you have heard about the options out there, such as Lucene, Xapian, and Sphinx. For a more comprehensive survey, see Sphinx has been the de facto norm recently in the Rails development circle. The gem is called Thinking Sphinx and Delay Delta. The latter includes rake methods for processing delta in a delayed manner.

Introducing Radiant-blog-extension

Posted by Star on September 26, 2010 | 95 comments

Our corporate website, is based on Radiant, a no-fluff, open source content management system designed for small teams. We love Radiant. Yes, I know, we are biased because it is based on Ruby on Rails, iMustardsoft’s specialty technology. Radiant has many nice features:
1. An elegant user interface
2. A first-class extension/plugin system
3. Simple user management and permissions
4. Flexible templating with layouts, snippets, page parts, and a custom tagging language

What's in the name?

Starting as one small seed, mustard plants quickly grow to impressive size. Similarly, iMustardSoft brings your programs and web applications to launch faster, developing IT solutions that enhance your operations and get your latest product to

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