We have released Epistlee in version 3.0 with loads of features.
Read about it on ICON AppCom's blog.
Cheers to life! -ICON AppCom...(read post)
Epistlee 2.0 has been released with lots of improvements and features. Check out the blog entry on ICON AppCom's blog for all the details.
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Update Please now get all the Downloads and 'How-To' at Epistlee PHP Library on BitBucket.
If you ever wanted to have your own blog on your website, and didn't wanted the pain of coding...(read post)
Update : This is the documentation about API of version 2. Updated documentation is coming soon for version 3 of Epistlee.
Epistlee uses HTTP web standards for interaction. It's a RESTful A...(read post)
This month (August 2012) roadmap of Epistlee contains only some basic tasks, but these task will improve the overall functionality, access and security of Epistlee.
Around 18:25 hours (Indian Standard) today, Thursday, 23rd August 2012, the access to the main server is unavailable for a while due to some "technical" issues at Epistlee's parent hosting firm....(read post)
The work on the Epistlee API has been started.
The API will be using web HTTP standards for request and response.
The output will be returned in JSON.
Update : At initial le...(read post)
Though, having an RSS in a blogging platform is a basic feature, but now Epistlee is finally set up with the RSS.
Now your readers can just subscribe to all your latest updates....(read post)
It's a great news to share with you all, that Epistlee is now in Beta and it's getting improved every moment.
Please send us any feedback or suggestions at suppo...(read post)
To start blogging with Epistlee, all you need are your thoughts and some knowledge of Markdown or HTML (if you are going to format your post).
The first line that you type is always your bl...(read post)