The Jomres Demos
There are a number of demonstration servers for Jomres.
The main server is www.jomres-demo.net, which shows Jomres acting as a portal application integrated into Joomla. This would be considered the "main" demo.
This main demo is termed our quickstart demo because if you purchase a Silver or Gold membership license you will be able to download a complete copy of that demo to install on your own website to get yourself up and running quickly.
The demo on www.jomres-demo.net is not available for experimentation, however if you'd like to play around with the functionality of the system, you can use the user demo site at userdemo.jomres-demo.net which has login details for you to log into the frontend and perform property manager functionality.
Twitter's Bootstrap CSS framework is a thing of beauty and is designed to be responsive out of the box. Joomla 3, which is expected to be released in late September 2012 will use this framework and we've been working hard on ensuring that Jomres 7 will take advantage of the new functionality that this version offers. You can see it here.
Don't be put off by the seemingly plain demonstration. The reason we love bootstrap is because it is, as already mentioned, completely responsive out of the box. This means that not only Joomla but also Jomres will work as well on mobile devices as it does on your desktop, but it also means that unlike with previous versions of Joomla where you might have to adapt Jomres' (or indeed, any other component for Joomla's) layout to suit your choice of template, now with a coherent UI both components will blend seemlessly.
The next server is the "villa" demo which is a simple illustration of Jomres installed on a Joomla site with the "Is this a single property installation?" option in site configuration set to Yes. This effectively makes the default Jomres page the booking form for the first property in the system. Whilst the other functionality such as searching etc still exists and works, it's largely invisible to the guest user. Administration is done from the frontend as normal. This is a good demonstration of how Jomres is suitable for single property sites.