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$100 Migrate to My Own AWS Server


Is your website host running on a confusing, outdated or confusing webhost? Let us help.

At Xeodev, we have created a reliable process to bring your website to the next level and save you money at the same time. Are you tired of your current hosting company and having a slow webs... More

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Google Mobile Ranking Update


Google just announced that the will start using the mobile layout for their page ranking algorithm. They have been experimenting with it since November 2016. And are planning to roll out this change very soon. Google expects websites to be built on a responsive framework such as Bootstrap or Foundation so that they can adapt cleanly to the variety of screen sizes from older phones to larger tab... More

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Xeodev Site v2


We finally got a chance to update our site to reflect all the hard work in 2016. The updated site includes a lot more portfolio items and a new services page using a fun flip technique from Dave Walsh's Blog. Once we got the content updated, we spent considerable time working on getting a high GTMetrix score and are happy to have a rating consistently over 90 on both PageSpeed and YSlow. That w... More

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Asuggestion App Launch


Launched a native Android Application for Asuggestion.com. This app provides push notifications on new suggestions and comments in shadowed organizations. The community of users is growing quickly in this engaging social media platform generating suggestions for improvement for businesess around the world as employee engagement specialists are adopting this as a platform. More

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Stackpath WAF SSL SNI Patch


Got our api key for Stackpath and configured the origin and connected the HTTPS bridge and kept getting failures. The technical team at Stackpath dug into the issue and discovered an issue supporting SNI SSL certs. After pushing that fix to all their servers, the problem was solved. It feels nice to be part of the solution to help another company improve their technology. Part of being on the ... More

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