The Role of Flownative
We are part of a community
We take pride in the fact that Neos and Flow are really community-driven projects. There is no single company behind those systems, something that is rare even in the world of FOSS solutions.
Neither is Flownative the classic company of the project founder, sitting in the middle of an ecosystem centered around itself. Instead, we see ourselves as part of a community, a partner of the project, other companies and everyone else working on and with Neos.
I am a Neos user
We run a Neos website built by our trusted agency. Sometimes we run into trouble, though.
Our services ensure that problems you run into when implementing and using Neos will be solved as fast as possible.
We can work hand in hand with your agency, to reduce overhead and communication issues.
We are an agency
For our clients we plan and implement websites and online applications based on Neos and Flow.
We gladly help out with planning a project, offer workshops to get your staff up to speed with Neos and do support around implementation and launch.
I am a developer
The use of Neos and Flow sounds tempting, but what if I get stuck, with a deadline swooshing by…
Our helpdesk works like an insurance against those setbacks. If you cannot solve an issue on your own, get in touch and we'll help you out.
I need training
We will soon start a project with Flow or Neos and need a training to get started or a workshop to kickstart the project.
We are all experienced developers and can help you with your first steps with Flow and Neos. We can also lay the foundations for your project together so you have a solid start.
Our Neos involvement in January 2017
Who we are
A short history of Flownative
Some milestones in the development of Neos and Flownative.
Two years of Flownative
Neos 3.0 and Flow 4.0 are released
Flownative becomes a Neos Gold supporter
One year of Flownative
Neos 2.1 is released
Neos 2.0 is released
Flownative is founded
Neos 1.1 and 1.2 are released
The first stable version of Neos 1.0 is released
A number of release parties around the globe–including as far away as India–are organized in December to celebrate the release of the first stable Neos release ever done.
Along with it, the underlying framework is renamed to Flow with the release of version 2.0.
The first stable version of FLOW3 1.0 is released
Christian joins the development team
Karsten joins the development full time
After already having worked with Robert for years, Karsten takes the plunge and starts to work full time on the project. Backed by the TYPO3 Association both can fully focus on research and development.