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greenline
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Which part you find as the most difficult when you create new items for the marketplace? For me, it’s the documenting part. What’s yours?

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CodingJack
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Creating stuff is always the best part, preparing for upload… not as fun :D

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VF
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Item support. That comes only after upload though but many decisions made based on support / usability balance.

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nCrafts
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Cross-browser compatibility. And, in case of adding new features to existing plugins, backward compatibility.

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dtbaker
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documentation :( I’m still no good at that.

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CodingJack
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Item support. That comes only after upload though but many decisions made based on support / usability balance.

I’ll always remember what Robwes said once when someone asked “What do buyer’s want?” with regards to support. His answer: “You’re first born child” :D

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ZozoUI
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Creating the item is very fun but documentation and testing it on different browsers is not fun.

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hugw
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Definitely docs :)

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groupp
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The most difficult part is getting it approved..had to add that

But seriously the most difficult part is knowing no matter how hard you look for bugs, a client is running a completely different system than you AND they have no access to php.ini or htaccess :p

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SteveSolanki
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Docs :)

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