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Hi, my name is Sandi Laufenberg. I am the lead developer at LadySword Productions, which is based in the Madison, Wisconsin, area. I started LadySword Productions in 1998. In 2004, LadySword became part of The Winner's Way, Inc. Then, in 2014, we became a division of YHWH Is Our Rock, Inc.

Bragging is not really my forte', nor my hobby---but this would be the time to do it, I guess... So let me say that formerly, as a freelancer, I had produced hundreds of artistic AND awesome webpages, rendered hundreds of graphics, and created many databases. However - things just got better and better for LadySword. You see, over the years we have grown in our connections and associations. This network of professionals make up "our team". And now -- though I myself can't do everything -- OUR TEAM CAN.

More info and my resume links can be found here.

Dedicated to Excellent Service

LadySword Productions has an excellent team of associate programmers. Their combined talents CAN DO ALMOST EVERYTHING. No lie. 

Our network is made up of a number of excellent IT professionals.  Whether you need a brand new website -- a new or improved database -- or -- a programming fix, you have come to the RIGHT place!

With LadySword Productions, you will get fantastic results -- that is my personal promise to you.

Future Goals

  • We are looking to constantly improve upon our services and our systems.
  • Working to expand and improve the resources we offer to the public through our website. 
  • Plans for the future: 
    • More free articles and information.
    • Increasing the availability of economical business solutions without sacrificing quality.
    • In general - helping the Internet to become a better resource for all.

So.... if you don't see what you need on our site -- please don't hesitate to ask... or make a suggestion.  We'd love to hear from you.

With our network of professionals --- the sky is the limit !!

- Sandi Laufenberg



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Converting Your Site to a Mobile App

  • iPhone, iPad (iOS)
  • Android
  • Windows Phone
  • Blackberry
  • Ubuntu
  • Firefox OS

So, if you'd like to know more, contact me, Sandi, for a free consultation. I love hearing from new people :-).



When PhoneGap first came out, it was free and caught on very quickly (and it still is free!). Then Adobe obtained it from PhoneGap in October 2011¹, and it is unclear whether they bought it or it was donated. As part of the deal, PhoneGap's creators made Adobe promise to always leave PhoneGap to be a free tool. Adobe did make that promise... and then took PhoneGap and renamed it to "Cordova". In October of 2012, Adobe gave the framework over to Apache Incubator in order for it to become a fully accepted project governed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). So now Cordova is Apache's version.

From the PhoneGap site:

Q: What is the difference between PhoneGap and Cordova?

A: In October 2011, PhoneGap was donated to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under the name Apache Cordova. Through the ASF, future PhoneGap development will ensure open stewardship of the project. It will remain free and open source under the Apache License, Version 2.0.

PhoneGap is an open source distribution of Cordova. Think about Cordova’s relationship to PhoneGap like WebKit’s relationship to Safari or Chrome.



¹ "Adobe Is Distributing Cordova under the PhoneGap Brand", http://www.infoq.com/news/2012/03/Adobe-Cordova-PhoneGap


This article is duplicated at "Converting Your Site to a Mobile App"



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