Not many companies could build their own framework with a rock solid architecture… we can, and we’ve done it…
More than 6 years ago we set out to create a multilingual extension for Joomla, a year later we launched Nooku Framework to help developers create custom Joomla extensions.
Last summer we decided to pick development up again and start work on Nooku Framework 2.0 and go back to our Joomla roots! The 2.0 stable version got released last september.
We also launched a new site with developer guides and API reference for Nooku Framework 2.0 to help guide you through your first projects.
We launched the hotly anticipated 2.0 versions of our Joomla extensions (DOCman, LOGman, FILEman) and explained why we took our time in producing the best possible product for each of our valued customers.
Did you know that only 9.7% of all our customers that have bought a subscription with us have gone on to open a support ticket? That makes 90% of our customers happy with the extension they have downloaded and have integrated them into their websites, no problems whatsoever.
But our love for open source software doesn’t just stop there. We’ve been busy building tools that will make our and your Joomla development life easier:
We are a friendly bunch of developers and we love it when we meet other developers at conferences. Some recent conferences we have attended include (CSS day, dotJS and dotCSS). But we were particularly honoured to talk at the Open World Forum, Paris, Webdevconf 2014 Manila and the Joomladays Netherlands 2014.
As in good tradition we hosted another Nooku Jam, a two-day unconference event focusing mostly on developing with Nooku, Joomla, PHP and web technologies around it.
Its always great to meet like minded geeks and hopefully inspire the next generation of web architects!
With so many great stand out moments to 2014 its really hard to pick a best one. If we’ve had the pleasure of working with you, perhaps we should ask what has been your favourite Timble moment?
Rest assured, we have a lot of awesome things planned for 2015!