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pMachine

March 8th, 2007 No comments

[pMachine]

pMachine (now EllisLab) is a privately-held technology company, founded by Rick Ellis, that develops web publishing software.

The first developed tool was a publishing app called pMachine, which was released in 2001 and was available in two flavors: Free and Pro, the latter requiring a paid license.

pMachine “is a flexible blogging system that supports advanced features like multiple blogs, moblogging, and much more. pMachine adapts to your vision and needs, giving you complete control over the presentation and the interactivity of your site“.

On January 15, 2005, development on pMachine was discontinued; pMachine Pro is now available for download free of charge and continues to find a large audience.

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ExpressionEngine

March 8th, 2007 No comments

[ExpressionEngine]

EllisLab (formerly pMachine) is a privately-held technology company, founded by Rick Ellis, that develops web publishing software.

The first developed tool was a publishing app called pMachine, which was released in 2001. pMachine is no longer under development, but is now freely available and continues to find a large audience.

The next-generation publishing system, ExpressionEngine, was released in February of 2004, and was initially available with paid-only licenses.

Starting with ExpressionEngine 1.4, released on December 16, 2005, ExpressionEngine comes in three versions:

* EE Core (free): Limited features, no tech support, for personal (non-commercial) or non-profit use only.

* EE Personal (paid): All features and tech support, for personal or non-profit use only.

* EE Commercial (paid): All features and tech support, for commercial use.

ExpressionEngine is a PHP and MySQL application. To determine if your hosting environment can support EE, a simple wizard is available for download on the ExpressionEngine website.

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