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.
One small step...
|Posted October 13, 2015|
Took one more small step today for BoltWire: releasing version 5.05. This is our 188th version since January 2, of 2008 when version 1.0 came out. That's an average of almost 2/month for 8 years. Wow! Quite a pace...
So much for the trivia...
This version fixes a couple minor things, adds a few new features, and makes a couple features a bit smarter. Should be a relatively safe download--unless you are using gui boxes, which will need updated scripts. And if you have styled citations, you will need to update your css from an id to a class.
It's another small, steady release. Read the entire changelog here. Get the download here.
|Posted by Dan Vis on 10/13/15 |
PS. Very happy to say Google has removed the ugly warning message about our download. I don't know if they did it for everyone, or just for BoltWire, but I'm glad that is behind us...
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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.