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About us

MILLION12 was founded in 2014 by two brothers who, after years of working on different challenging web projects, in different locations, decided to join their efforts and skills to do something they always wanted: their own web-based SaaS products. Originally from Poland, currently we are based in Reading and London, UK.

What do we do

We are building Prototype Brewery - a new prototyping tool for planning and building interactive and responsive web projects.

Prototype Brewery is based on Zurb Foundation framework and revolutionary Neos CMS. With Prototype Brewery you can quickly make multi-page site prototype, sketch complex application and - with an ability to add your custom CSS/JS - have a high-fidelity fully interactive sample of your next project!

Visit the website to learn more. And don't forget to sign up!

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Meet us

Marcin Ryzycki

Marcin is a full-stack web developer. He flirts with everything around web-development, incl. DevOps, front-end development, business and marketing side. He loves Flow, Neos, simple aesthetic design, great UX, superb performance and white wine. Apart of being involved nearly full-time in Prototype Brewery, he is also a web consultant at Megabuyte.

Samuel Ryzycki

Samuel is absolutely excited about modern web technologies and he is craving to explore and play with them. Passionate about automation, well structured, performant code, ideally written in AngularJS. He likes adrenaline and never refuses to go for a drinks on Friday night. Currently at Keytree, an award-winning design & technology consultancy.

Przemyslaw Ozgo

Przemek eats Docker for breakfast. He lives in Linux and open-source world and he even considers moving there permanently. He is working on our cluster cloud infrastructure based on CoreOS and Docker. Apart from that, he is a dedicated husband and a sysadmin at International Seismological Centre.

From our blog

After six months of development we launched project based on Angular 2

We have just launched a medium-size project built using newest Angular 2. This article is about why and how we came up with the idea of using Angular 2 as a foundation for our web project and how did it go. Hopefully, for some of us, it will serve as an encouragement for doing the same, despite the fact that Angular 2 is not fully production ready yet.

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Deploy new node in Docker Cloud using Vagrant

Recently Docker has released Docker Cloud platform which can integrate with AWS, Digital Ocean and other cloud server providers. But very often we need to test something without generating extra costs. For this purpose, we could deploy a local VM on our laptop.

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The complete guide to HTTP/2 with HAProxy and Nginx

With the recent buzz around HTTP/2 and its benefits, it is time to upgrade the infrastructure. This article shows how to install and configure typical setup with HAProxy load-balancer and Nginx. To ease the process even more, I supply you with ready to use Docker images.

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We are based in London and Reading, United Kingdom

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Open Source

Neos CMS projects

Docker image for Flow and Neos deployments. Highly configurable with hooks or env variables. Support for Flow and Neos CMS projects, Surf deployment, running tests. Currently bundled with PHP-FPM 7 and Nginx with SSL and HTTP/2 support.

M12.Foundation: Neos plugin implementing Zurb Foundation components inside the system. Do you sometimes think how cool it would be to have all Zurb Foundation components available in Neos CMS? Now it is. And we used it to build Typostrap product.

site-m12-io: our website (the one you're looking at), fully open-sourced. It is an example of how you can build simple website using Neos CMS. The website is very simple and contains just a few pages and a blog system. Though, while working on it, we tried to discover and incorporate the best practises for working with Neos. From HTML templates, Sass styling, modern package managers and build tools (bower, gulp, npm) through showing how you can wrap it all and launch using Docker containers.

Other projects

See our GitHub profile for more!