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pixelentity says

Hello fellas

sorry if question has been asked before but i didn’t find the answer after my extensive 3min-search-while-watching-youtube-at-the-same-time

what are the requirements on CC regarding js sources ?

  1. minified
  2. minified + uncompressed
  3. minified + uncompressed + code comments
my horse would be number 3 but just asking to be sure
thx

BF

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Lukasz_Czerwinski says

Hi

I think that you decide what version of the script to add CodeCanyon. I usually I add a compressed and uncompressed script + documentation.

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maguiar01 says

You must send your js source uncompressed.

I don’t know if code comments are necessary.

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jwmcpeak says

The code download needs to include both the minified and uncompressed sources. While code comments are not required, documentation detailing installation instructions and API information is required.

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omarabid says

Simple. You code and document your code, no? Then create two versions: The original one (that you work with) and you can also generate its’ documentation And a compressed one.

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TylerQuinn says

Cover all your bases. Include a commented, cleanly spaced version of your JS and a compressed / minified one.

I have had reviewers request a minified version before.

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pixelentity says

The code download needs to include both the minified and uncompressed sources. While code comments are not required, documentation detailing installation instructions and API information is required.
thx jwmcpeak

@omarabid
i only comment public methods (usage) while skipping all internals unless there’s something i need to remind myself

on Activeden, this lazyness on internals could lead to rejection, that’s why the question.
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