Amberleaf: Importing Domains Improved

Yesterday, I released a small update to Amberleaf that improves importing domains. The release brings a more robust import engine. Amongst smaller bug fixes, the importer now populates domains with missing WHOIS data (expiry dates, registrar, etc.), and automatically creates hosting plans for imported domains. As more people use Amberleaf for their domain management, I’m […]

Simplifying Your Hosting Business: Why I Built Amberleaf

Several years ago, whilst I was studying at University, I setup a small hosting business specifically aimed at students on my course and in the University campus. As a side-project to build some funds during my studies, the business was great. Over time, I built up quite a large portfolio of hosting customers. However, there […]

Business Startup Week 8: Amberleaf’s New Look

Just a short update this week, as most of my time was spent working to improve the Amberleaf interface screens. The revamp is also complete (here’s a few sneak previews on Twitpic) and I’m looking forward to pushing the new release shortly. Sneak preview of Amberleaf’s new dashboard As well as its first email newsletter […]

Business Startup Week 7: Use your own software

It’s hard to believe that nearly two months have passed since I formed Plymouth Software. A lot has happened in what has seemed a very short period of time! Here’s a rundown of what went on in week seven. Amberleaf Amberleaf has seen several minor updates released this week, including development on the public landing […]