Friday, July 10, 2015

We are in the slow process of moving the entire site from a fairly antiquated 'classic' .asp (MSSQL) platform to .psp with MySQL database. This, in itself, will not, initially, improve the user experience. In fact, most visitors won't notice it all. But is a step we felt we needed to take before implementing our plan for the future. These include: Better user interface on pc. Better user interface on mobil devices. Providing better and smoother user interactivity. (extremely limited at the moment) A far better resource for industry professionals. In short, before we make sailboatdata.com a much more user friendly site, we need to get the basics right. (A major hero in this effort has been Matt Jensen.) Randy Browning Norwalk, CT USA sailboatdata.com

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

When is this going to happen? How long must we keep waiting?

Anonymous said...

How long before someone builds a new website with a better search function for finding sailboats? I want to compare different boats specifications, but that's not possible with sailboatdata.com currently.

Norman said...

RS has an exciting new 14' dinghy called the (RS) Quest. Not listed yet.

Marry Starry said...

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Chris B said...

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Serial no# MRY 20071V77k , length 030-0 , make Catalina yachts/Morgan DI , 1977