You need the source code, I’m assuming you have it. If you’re looking documentation on developing for the android platform, this is a good source, or if you would rather have info in a book (my preference), this is a good one.
If you are looking to hire someone, you can try Guru.com, Freelancer.com or studio.envato.com
Me and my team also do Android development if you want to send me a message. Good luck!
It’s a good idea to send a low resolution sample that is lightly watermarked along with a disclaimer in your signature.. here are some examples that might help you find the words that suit what you’re doing.
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Here are a few more http://www.emaildisclaimers.com/Sample_disclaimers.htm
I don’t have a way to email you, but you can contact me through my profile page or @
endat (at) illumindesign.net
I know how, but a custom app may not be the best option depending on purpose and budget.
Absolutely.. Notifying current customers of an update may encourage them to look at your other items (out of boredom at least) and updating your items is important because potential customers are often put off by your product if they think the last update happened too long ago (the “ewww it’s old” mentality)
Such a hassle.. It ruins my sales, but all you can do is report the link to the site owner, and send them a DMCA takedown notice. Some sites have strict requirements for reporting abuse, but you just have to be patient and keep track of ALL the sites that have your item (theres likely a lot) and make sure the notice is sent to all site owners, then you keep checking back to make sure it was removed.
Some sites ignore DMCA notices, and some sites have no way or reporting abuse because they’re dedicated pirate sites (middle eastern ones mostly). I don’t know what to do about the stubborn sites.
Keeping track of piracy is a constant struggle.. so much that I’ve been thinking of making an app just to make it easier on myself (one of my items has sprung up on over 60 different links).
Not strictly, but there are requirements on CC are based on best coding practices. I cant remember the exact rules, but this is what I think (and I might not be 100% correct on this)
PSR-0/PSR-4 (Autoloading classes) doesn’t always apply, and I don’t think it’s required.. but it’s best to have something similar if your script has a lot of classes, because it makes it easier for the customer to edit.
PSR-1 (Basic Coding Standard) is followed to a point, it’s best to only use standard PHP tags and UTF-8 encoding but it doesn’t govern how you declare your class names, constants or moethods (ie. capitalization, underscores)
PSR-2 (Coding style) isn’t strictly followed on CC.. but your code must be clean and easy to understand (ie. you’re not required to indent 4 spaces, and you’re not forbidden from using tabs, its not required that you put the closing brace on the next line, you’re not forbidden from putting spaces in your parentheses, etc.)
PSR-3 (Logger interface) is not required at all (as far as I know?).
- your database tables must be prefixed to avoid clashing with other tables (ie. `myapp_table1`, `myapp_table2`)
- the root filenames and folders must be prefixed to avoid clashing with other scripts/pages (ie. myapp_mainfunction.php, myapp_ajax.js, myapp_binfolder, etc)
- code must be neat and easy to understand (no obfuscation)
- must be designed to work on a basic setup (no extensions can be required)
- must be easy to install and integrate into existing site
I just bought a few of your items, you should have enough now. Keep up the good work