BoltWire is a content management system developed by Dan Vis.
It's innovative architecture combined with best in class forms processing gives you complete control over every aspect of how your site works.
BoltWire doesn't just let you change content--it lets you change the engine itself right through your browser!
Version 5.11 Released
May 26, 2016
Big Changes Coming Soon...
April 28, 2016
April 6, 2016
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Join my adventures developing for Amazons exciting new voice platform.
Personal rambling about new gadgets, technology news, and space travel.
My ministry hub, with news and updates about our online school.
You can follow him at www.danvis.info.
|Posted June 3, 2015|
Every thing runs on some kind of philosophy, whether conscious or not. BoltWire has a philosophy too:
Keep it Simple, Small, Strong, and Secure
Pretty straightforward. But I use it constantly in making decisions about BoltWire's development. In 5.02, for example--there were more than 15 changes to the software. Three were designed to make existing features easier to use and more intuitive, and the new pluginAuths and loader script make plugin activation easier than ever. Several functions were moved to plugin status and one shared directory with its related vars were eliminated--making this version the smallest release since 2009. At the same time, six changes gave new or improved capabilities to BoltWire, including two aimed at empowering plugin developers. There were no real security patches in this release, but the security system was nailed down more tightly in two places. And three bug fixes got features working more like they were supposed to.
In other words, every change was in line with our development philosophy. As long as we continue to follow these principles, BoltWire will just keep getting better, faster, and more robust.
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About the Author
Dan Vis is intrigued with tomorrow. He is a speaker, author, and developer. Here, he writes about gadgets, online learning, space travel, and the future in general.
He is the creator of BoltWire, a paradigm-busting CMS. He suspects Alexa may be a turning point in technology and blogs about it at AlexaEchoes. He stays busy at FAST Misions, where he operates an online school with students from around the world.
You can learn more here: www.danvis.info.