PATENT PERSPECTIVES, INC.

BUILDING A KEYWORD BASED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT

KEYWORDBUTTONS.COM

Content References using Topic Lists



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Keyword Buttons is a templating system written in PHP and served by Apache and Hadoop, running on seven (7) Linux Ubuntu Servers.

URL DISCOVERY

A custom templating system written in PHP7, and features a website application builder, which supports end user accounts for client support.

Keyword Buttons Host

Apache hosts the primary PHP application, six (6) additional servers are configured as DataNodes in a Hadoop Cluster, for a 10TB Big Data Area.

Linux Server Systems

We use seven (7) baremetal Linux Servers running Ubuntu 16.05 on our private LAN, in Omaha, Nebraska. We built our own COTS type hardware.

THINK OF A LIST AND YOU'RE HALF WAY THERE!


All websites, in the abstract, can be reduced to a single question.   What is this site all about?   And with that fundamental question comes a derived list or lists of keywords which define the site.   For example an ecommerce site can be reduced to the inventory sold on the site.   A hobbyist site about aeronautics, can be reduced to a list of Aircraft, or even a Canine Enthusiast Website, can be thought of as the list of Dogs defined at the American Kennel Club.  From this base concept Keyword Buttons (KWB) has evolved into a system which dares to challenge traditional website authoring environments, by using a simple list of Keywords.

~ Chris L.  Fleshner, KWB Developer


WE ARE CREATIVE

Underlying "Parameters in Syntax" within a given technology (eg. Java, Python, JavaScript, HTML, etc.) is integral to KWB's design. The code itself becomes a modifiable templated asset.


WE ARE MODERN

Our ideas are driven by Keywords and Topics, not by trends or hype. Our base technology is ubiquitous when it comes to understanding any application at its inception, through the development cycle.


WE ARE EXPERTS

We are proficient at everything from assembling our private servers, to scaling out our software layers. We use open source technologies for our systems, and Windows for administration.

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