It really depends on the situation. I make several times more money here than I do from my internship, but I will continue my internship for another 6 months. I know how to make stuff; I am trying to learn how to run a company
I think it’s trying to communicate. What should we do?
doru saidI’m sure you can. There are dozens of paid apps on the App Store and Google Play
I didn’t know it was possible to create a paid app that use envato API
can the staff confirm I can do it? I have some ideas for a nice android app so it will be great if this was possible.can I create an app that uses the envato api and put it on sale on Android Marketplace (Google Play)?
One of the advantages of being ‘old’ is that some kind of Chromosome kicks in that makes you think about others more than yourself! It must be an evolutionary thing; I mean, what’s the point of keeping an unproductive human being around unless they can help the rest of the species in other ways?
Anyway, yesterday I achieved a goal – indirectly through Envato because I have been saving from my work for explainer videos – the goal was to buy a piece of land in Malawi for our hard-working gardener who is forced to live away from his home to support his family. For the cost of half a new iMac, his family is now rent free and building a new future. It makes me so grateful to be able to live with my own family.Envato’s influence reaches deep into Africa
Nooo! Worst sales day in 4 months
Let us not vent our frustrations and disappointments in the Yay! Thread. Let’s use this dedicated Noooo! thread instead.
The ranks are not a good way to gauge monthly earnings. You can’t compare a person with a total earnings of $20k over 3 years, with a person hacing earnings of $10k over 5 months.
argenisferrer saidThe word ‘all’ is very dangerously used here. Do I take it literally? For a e-com site, I need to have purchased at least something to view the backend parts, like order invoice. Would ‘all’ include this as well?
If the end product is accessible for free (if you can navigate the site and use all the functionality without paying just to use it), then a regular license is ok.
Great point here. Yes, the word “all” is valid, as long as that’s what the end user is paying for. If you have an e-Commerce site, and returning to the boxes example, what the site is selling is the boxes themselves, not the functionality, when a visitor pays, he/she is paying to receive the physical boxes (which the theme/template is not implemented into) and an invoice is part of that end product, so a regular license is ok.If in the other hand, a visitor pays to access content on the site, lessons (which are not downloaded but embedded in the site), or any other content only available to the paying customers, who are paying to access it, then an extended license is needed. It is always important to think about what the end customer is paying for, and if the marketplace item is implemented in it.
Here is how I understand it:
If I am selling boxes, I don’t need an ext license because the functionality which my paid users get (access to back-end user profile, invoices, etc …) is incidental, or a by-product, of them buying the item itself (which has nothing to do the theme). The box here is separable from the theme.
On the other hand, if I am selling online boxes (say dropbox), the back-end becomes an integral part of the product box. I can’t really sell the box without giving them the back-end as well. In this case I would need an ext license, right?
So, there isn’t really a literal and pixel-perfect demarcation between the licenses. It all depends on the essence of the license.
This certainly clarifies things. The existing documentation about licenses isn’t sufficient. Some examples and clarifications should be made a part of the docs. A lot of content can be taken from this thread.