We wanted to make a dynamic site from a long time. But could not find any good web content management system. Last month our developer Hasin Hayder suggest for Jaws and we found an excillent CMS for our site. This is what we ware looking for.
The site you are looking at now, is made by Jaws. We must thank to the Jaws Project developers for making this excillent CMS.
We wanted to present the new site to the Bangla speaking community on 21 Feb 2007, but due to some problem with SF.Net we could not upload that right on time.
Note: As we completely removed the old site, you may experiance changes to your bookmarks. So please updated your bookmarks. Webmasters are requested to change the hotlinks to our site also, as the old hotlinks will not work anymore...
We found some issues with Rupali on Windows Vista. After investigating we understand that our font architecture was little bit faulty. Most of the conjuncts ware not working. It took long to understand the problem as it was working fine on Linux/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows 2003.
But finally Peter Constable from Microsoft helped us and suggest the update. So everything is perfect now and you can use the font without any problem.
Still if you see/face any problem. Please inform us.
Once again we proved ourselves as the Pioneer of Bangla Language. Windows Vista came this month and our Bangla Computing solutions are ready for Microsoft Windows Vista.
We re-compiled all our Unicode Bangla Keyboard Layout Managers for Windows Vista x86 (32bit versions) and now any Windows Vista user can download and use our solution.
Due to some in-compatibility, we could not compile our Bangla Keyboard Layout Managers for Windows Vista x64 (64bit versions) yet. But we believe we will presents solution for that x64 versions very soon.
Hello Ekushey Users,
This time we found some good way to render a font with better Look & Feel. You can download and check the new Rupali font and then youâ€™ll understand what we are saying.
Bangla web site developers can use this font with font embedding technology and use it on their website. This font will present a clear text output on the web and daily desktop usages.
Download the font from here.
Bangladesh Government is too lazy to make their site well enough to read. Many of them are too old and many of them have no knowledge of latest technology. But we are happy to let you know that recently Bangladesh Telegraph and Telephone Board are using Unicode Bangla for their site. Not only Unicode Bangla, but also Ekushey solutions. They are encouraging people to use SolaimanLipi font.
ThankYou! BTTB for understanding the future of Bangla Computing!