Custom applications

Sometimes standard functionality will not suffice for a truly custom-designed website. Now the solution is within reach, in form of custom web applications, completely integrated with your custom design.

In caSaaS™ web CMS, your information is available on an infinite number of pages, in an infinite number of sortings and selections — not to mention in an infinite number of styles. All driven with elegant ease by truly relational data lists, where each piece of information is stored in one location only.

The tight integration with caSaaS Forms ensures the ease of editing content, on an infinite number of pages, in an infinite... oh, well, you get the picture.

Key components

Creating truly custom web applications in caSaaS web CMS is centered on Data Lists and Forms. More of the relevant modules/features are included here:

Data Lists Forms Design
Objects Technology Integration

Selected references


A minimalist, responsive Custom QuickLayout for this Scandinavian forestry and wood products company. Relational Data Lists connect products and projects in nested displays.

Walden Businesses, Inc.

Fully relational Data Lists drive this multi-location business broker website. Prospects may filter businesses available by industry, location, and revenue - and search by keywords.

The McCourt Foundation

This non-profit foundation works with donors and beneficiaries via this fully responsive design - an HTML-template with slideshows and dedicated pages for events and sponsors.

Ayers Construction

Corporate website featuring projects, presented in dynamic slideshows. New items are easily added as records in data lists and then auto-displayed in this Custom QuickLayout.

Necessary Design mobile

caSaaS enables Necessary Design to have a quick and easy mobile/touch site, using already existing content. The HTML5/CSS3 site layout handles the various device formats seamlessly.

The Concept Collection

Data Lists power this showroom, making thousands of product variants easy to maintain. Dynamically filtered displays also handle dealer locations integrated with Google Maps.

Raab Sales, Inc.

Doing justice to technical products is often a challenge. This custom design displays products grouped either by technology or by usage, all fed by fully relational Data Lists.

Askman Furniture

An artful, calm portrayal of Danish furniture design and manufacturing. Advanced Data List layouts enable easy and quick updates, even with a variety of styling applied in dynamic CSS.


Danish accounting software vendor Winfinans features internet-centric solutions. Support documents are organized and easily retrievable via Data Lists and Dynamic KeyPages™.

Georgia Tennis TODAY!

This live channel serves up fresh content with social media integration: YouTube videos, Facebook, Twitter, and RSS-feeds. Stays fresh with iPhone and iPad content management.

Georgia Hunter Jumper Assoc.

This non-profit organization relies on lots of forms and fully relational data lists to ensure instant communication with and e-payments from members and sponsors.

Atlantic Crossing

Accelerating software revenues is explained in several nested views of relational Data Lists. All content, including the blog, is tagged for easy navigation and retrieval.

Necessary Design

Necessary Design showcases portfolio items using Data Lists that include various media types. A Data List-based quote request system completes the solution.

Cox Sales & Service

The Cox site brands "repeat business" in a fresh, modern design. The market products are displayed by Data Lists using SEO-friendly keyword-rich paths for all pages.

Holli Elizabeth

Showcasing caSaaS Data Lists, one page manages to display data from up to six different ones. Each Data List provides info like client name, software used in production, or testimonials.

The Bowpop

This Custom QuickLayout contains a flexible product catalog in caSaaS Data Lists, fully integrated with e-commerce and payment functionality.

caSaaS™ web CMS

Our own service features six websites, each tailored for a specific audience. Examples: the Business Opportunity Center, the Customer Center, and the Creative Partner Center.

Georgia Tennis Champions Club

The official UGA Men's Tennis booster club site handles player and member info in caSaaS Data Lists. It also features e-mail newsletters and live Twitter feeds from the team.