Category Archives: Websites

Morfik Chats – It was good fun…

I think it was a good experience for everyone that took part in one of the Chat sessions about Morfik. It was good to get to know better some of the people I’ve run across in the Morfik Forums or … Continue reading

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Some Morfik history and background…

Yesterday a good portion of the history of Morfik was detailed in a nice blog post by Shahram Besharati, in the new Morfik Blog.  If you haven’t read it yet, I recommend you do so as it provides a nice … Continue reading

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Morfik blogs on the move…

If you missed this so far, you might want to look into Morfik’s new blog website.  It seems that the people at Morfik will be posting with some regularity, as there have been four posts since the start of the … Continue reading

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New Morfik site: hidden clues of what is to come…

Doing a quick scan of the new Morfik website, searching for a specific bit of information I noticed that as I moved my mouse over links, their corresponding URLs/Paths were shown in the statusbar. If you haven’t yet noticed, this … Continue reading

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Morfik updates website and adds new samples and graphics libraries

The Morfik.com website has just been updated, with the addition of several new samples that can be downloaded. The dowloads page is a available from a small list of links right at the top of the page. Among the new … Continue reading

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Morfik Applications and Search Engines

The same forum post that called my attention to guitaraholic.com also reminded me about how badly websites that are heavy on Ajax perform in regards to search engines. Morfik applications are probably as heavy as you can get on Ajax, … Continue reading

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A Guitar marketplace built with Morfik

Recently I had my attention called to a new website that is built with Morfik. The creator of the website posted a link on the Morfik forums and, with my curiosity working up, there I went browsing away to www.guitaraholic.com. … Continue reading

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