Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 5, 2010
PageLime LLC and MediaLab Inc. today announced the availability of an integration between the two companies products, PageLime Content Management System (CMS) and the SiteGrinder 3 web development tool. This partnership will provide the best client facing content management solution for SiteGrinder designers and a new tool in the design arsenal of PageLime developers. The integration of the two applications will keep the streamlined and simple focus of both products, while giving users more options for development and deployment of websites.
The partnership between SiteGrinder 3 and PageLime offers rapid, high quality web development for users of both products looking for design and content management solutions. SiteGrinder 3 easily transforms Photoshop designs into CSS and XHTML standards-compliant websites without writing a single line of code. PageLime, with its easy integration, provides SiteGrinder 3 professional developers with a content management system that their clients will love to use.
This partnership is the start of an ongoing relationship between the two companies. Thomas McLeod, president of PageLime, says of the pairing, "This will provide current and future PageLime users with a fantastic alternative to manual coding of websites. SiteGrinder already allows for a streamlined approach to rapid website development; when coupled with PageLime, the last mile delivery problem of content management integration for designers will be solved."
"We're excited to work with PageLime and their content management system," said Chris Perkins, Media Lab Co-founder and CTO. "PageLime's clean user interface, robust feature set, and simple integration will enhance the SiteGrinder 3 website development workflow."
For more information on how PageLime and SiteGrinder can be used together check out this tutorial on NetTuts: http://j.mp/apbEJa
PageLime LLC was founded by Thomas McLeod and Emil Anticevic in 2009. Their software, PageLime, is a brandable CMS that lets web developer's clients manage their own content. No installation, no coding to integrate, and no wasted time. Just add a CSS class to any HTML element on your site and Pagelime does the rest. PageLime is cloud-based software, easily accessible from your preferred browser, and fully buzzword compliant. To learn more, visit http://www.pagelime.com.