I just came across this site.
It charges for subscription, and people can download various codecanyon scripts from here. Does this site have any affiliation with Envato? (I highly doubt that)
If not, this is a blatant copyright infringement on Envato marketplaces as a whole. [removed]
BTW , still, if anyone need any feature to be implemented or wishes to see any feature for this kind of application, just comment it or email it to me.
Dude, just try to wrap up what you have and release it. Then make incremental updates if there are requests from other members. 2 months ago you said a demo would be out on August 10th. All we have so far are screenshots and empty promises (discount, private access etc.) I personally don’t want to wait anymore if what you’re doing is adding a bunch of features I might not need.
This kind of reminds me of Duke Nukem Forever. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Development_hell
Just stop asking for new feature suggestions and try to get your product out the door asap bro.
I took a brief look at the developer documentation for Google Chrome App. At a glance it seems like Google Chrome Apps use Java. Is this correct? No HTML5 app for Chrome? If so, I guess there’s no competition.
I guess the best thing to do when you bought something you can’t use, is to contact the author privately first, before posting or doing anything that could harm their revenue. Sometimes there’s just some misunderstanding, and you have to give the author the chance to explain himself.
If you’re not happy with an item, and you think you have the right reasons, there’s also no need to “warn” others. Buyers can always request a refund by contacting Envato staff.
So no, I don’t think it’s fair for the authors if you neglect to ask them first.
Err… I got 5 left
Anyone else wants an invite?
I have the same problem as well. The screenshot order is jumbled and the first screenshot is not the one intended as the primary one.
If I want to submit an app, like a time tracker, or a to-do list for example, what category will it fall into?
By HTML5 , do you mean “snippets” that people can reuse, or full blown apps that can be run in browsers, with support for local storage, offline data etc.?
You can try this for a start: