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Adaptive Enterprise Solutions, LLC

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Manage Information In The Internet Connected World

Apache OFBiz® our Speciality!

Our philosophy and our passion is to bring the best innovations in Open Source technologies to the general public.

Our experienced professionals meet the challenges of today's network-connected world. Adaptive Enterprise Solutions builds high impact, easy to maintain Web applications and integrated, back-office solutions.

Adaptive Enterprise Solutions: dynamic, end-to-end solutions that give you the competitive edge!

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  • No Royalties or License Fees.
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  • Usage Is Limited Only By Your Imagination!

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Ruth Hoffman
A new project, coming soon:   View Slide Show

The Blog Is Back!

Ruth Hoffman
Resumes Blogging About OFBiz   READ Blog!

In Other News...

For those OFBiz developers or OFBiz developer wannabes out there, help is here from a source you can trust. We recently upgrade our developer's introductory course - put together by Ruth - to reflect OFBiz 13.x.

For a limited time only, we are making the course slide set available, free of charge. If you are at all interested in customizing OFBiz, this course might be just the ticket to get you started:

For more information about this course or any of the other courses we offer:

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Still Undecided?

We think OFBiz is so awesome that we've put together a short marketing brochure called the:
“OFBiz Top 10”.  

Where Is

If you are looking for the website, it has been taken offline.

Read more about that in a recent article written by Ruth Hoffman:
“The Story”.  

About This Website

This website is based entirely on Apache OFBiz (Release 13.x). Yes, there is some JQuery sprinkled in, but for the most part, no smoke and mirrors - just vanilla OFBiz.

Recently, I've been experimenting with the Bootstrap framework. Finally, there is something that helps standardize the way UIs are created. (Actually, the 960 grid system deserves an honorable mention as well.)

The other bit of code that I really like are the jQuery TOOLS: Found Here..

The AESolves PRODUCT STORE uses both Bootstrap and jQuery TOOLS.