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Election-Day Apps Powered by Caspio

Today, November 8, 2011 is Election Day across the United States. Many of our media customers use Caspio-powered apps to inform their readers about candidates and ballot measures. The poll results are then published on Election Day for citizens to see up-to-the-minute results. Here are some of these apps: NJ.com, New Jersey ctpost.com, Connecticut LSJ.com, [...]

By | November 8th, 2011|Customer Success|0 Comments

New Add-On: High Usage FileStor

We are excited to announce the immediate availability of Caspio's new service, High Usage FileStor. This add-on service is designed to provide additional flexibility for files in your apps.  When a file is uploaded to your designated database via a web form, the file is immediately transferred to our cloud file storage service. A new [...]

By | September 15th, 2011|Caspio News|2 Comments

4 Ways to Promote and Extend the Reach of Your Apps

You’ve created your app with Caspio and deployed it to your website, but have you considered how to get more out of your efforts? Here are some ways that you can extend the reach of your Caspio apps to gain more exposure and usage: 1. Distribute Your App as a Widget on Blogs and Other [...]

By | August 25th, 2011|Tech Tips|0 Comments

The Clarion-Ledger Spices Up Flat Data with Visual Charts

When Earnest Hart, Assistant Managing Editor at The Clarion-Ledger, wanted to compare recent above-average temperatures to historic temperatures, he knew he needed a way to help his readers visualize the data. Comparing the two large, flat data sets side-by-side would be too confusing and difficult to sort through. With roots tracing back to 1837, The [...]

By | August 31st, 2010|Customer Success|0 Comments

Widgetize Your App for Fame and Fortune

Websites live or die based on traffic. Adding widgets to your database is a great way to generate additional traffic to your site. Imagine that you have built a nice, searchable database that allows users to find information  related to your business or industry. If the data is of general interest, don’t lock it up [...]

By | May 2nd, 2010|Tech Tips|2 Comments