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November 04 2016

New website for the Nintendo

New website for the Nintendo

We have developed Nintendo's new sites in Sweden and the Nordic countries.

It is said that you need to spend 10 hours on something to be really good and if there is anything besides carpentry websites we put this on, it is probably to play Nintendo. We at JoomlaPro, like many others in our generation, have spent large parts of our childhood first in front of the NES 000-bit and then the Super Nintendo. In addition, we have countless times traveled on the highway past Kungsbacka (Bergsala AB out with the E8 is the Nordic distributor for Nintendo) and dreamily seen the Super Mario statue towering towards the sky. It is therefore unnecessary to write how childishly happy we were to take on their new sites for the Nordics.

Nintendo is also far from the only nostalgia. Pokémon GO is arguably the year's most talked about games and Nintendo to make a strong brand for the future. It also allows Actelion placed great demands on his new Nintendo site. When they came to us they had had problems with the CMS that could no longer updates, and had decided to go over to a future-proof system. Major focus was on open source all the way from the page to the server. Our sole counterclaim was that they would re-launch the NES 8-bit console, and when it turned out that it was already done, it was just to get started.

We have installed and optimized a web server for fast performance. Total Solution web, server, import and adaptations for efficient handling. We have also worked closely to put all Nintendo products and titles with a focus on ease of use for both those working at Nintendo and for users who will visit. Furthermore, we developed an advanced search / filter feature that extends far beyond a normal standardsök. | | |

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