News updates, tips on using Perch and running a great web design business
Looking for quick tips that will help you develop Perch sites more efficiently? News and updates about Perch, web design inspiration? You have found the right place! The Blog is curated by Drew and Rachel.
In an interview for our Customer Stories series of posts, Greg Riley from Technology Applied explains why he uses Perch.
In an interview for our Customer Stories series of posts, Dave Ellis from NoVolume explains why he uses Perch.
With the launch of the developer API we have started to be asked about our policy on third party Apps. In particular, whether we are happy with developers creating and selling add-ons for Perch. So this post is an answer to that question.
Two weeks ago we held a Perch chat in IRC, and a bunch of Perchers came along and heard about some of our plans for the product and also gave us some ideas about what they would like to see next for Perch.
It’s update time again, and Perch 1.6 brings a number of new features to help make keeping your site up-to-date even easier.
To make it really easy to publish a blog as part of your site, we’ve made a free Blog app available. It’s the quickest way to start blogging with Perch.
Read about our new “Solutions for …” section on this website and find out how to post your own sites for inclusion.
Help us spread the word about Perch by posting to your website or blog and we’ll send you a Perch t-shirt and other goodies!
It’s been a busy week for Perch. We’ve released version 1.5.5, new documentation, an Events app and plugins for TinyMCE and CKEditor.
As well as being our first birthday (Perch is one year old today!) we’ve just launched version 1.5 with all sorts of interesting new features and some small fixes for existing functionality.