The Cyotek (and Ariad Software) websites have gone through a lot of iterations over the years. The current website software dates from 2011, with the design from 2013, and both are in drastic need of an overhaul. As I plan on redeveloping the site using ASP.NET Core, I'm also going to introduce a new look at the same time. With that in mind, I thought it might be interesting (for myself at least!) to put together a rogues gallery of some of the iterations.
Products Blog Articles and information on Cyotek's products
A brief post detailing additional usability changes for WebCopy 1.7 for local file name generation
A brief post detailing a small usability change for WebCopy 1.7 when the primary website has an invalid TLS/SSL certificate.
A brief post detailing the first new feature for WebCopy 1.7.
A beta version of WebCopy 1.5 has been released, focusing on form capture and local file mapping improvements.
A beta version of WebCopy 1.4 complete with a fundamental change to how rules are ran, various performance improvements, UI tweaks and miscellaneous bug fixes has been released.
A brief account of some of feedback we've been receiving and what we're planning to do about it.
A series of screenshots taken from a work in progress Roguelike.
A new release of Cyotek Palette Editor is now available which focuses on getting data in and out of the editor. New features the ability to print palettes, import to and from CSS stylesheets, and the ability to define custom templates for exporting palettes into text based formats.
Introducing a new advanced feature for WebCopy where link detection can be extended to transform matching values into new values.