echo '<pre>'; print_r($_POST); echo '</pre>';That will tell you what you actually sent to the server. You should see what you sent. Then, paste that after the database query. If you still see the same values, then something is wrong with your database query.
Hmmm… still doesn’t seem to be clear if apps can be downloadable for the purchaser to install on their own, or must be integrated with Chrome, or be a SaaS app.
Has anyone heard about this? I just saw @collis tweet it, wasn’t sure how it works. It says you can sell web apps, so I am assuming html5, but also maybe standalone apps like the one here on codecanyon that users install on their server.
Anyone know how this effects CoseCanyon?
We are professionals at CodeCanyon. We don’t take that stuff personally. If we cannot take a critique, or feel unable to offer a suggestion in order to encourage a better product, then both author and buyers will suffer.
Do you want this linked up to Paypal? Cant they re-register as another user to view the other pages? Do you want administrator powers over these users to control add/edit pages they can view?
I can make something like this. Shoot me an email at tom[at]sirestudios.com and we can go from there. Unless someone else posts an easy solution, which I am not sure there is in code and concept.
My biggest concern is the use of database tables. I read that having 10000 rows in a table is better and more efficient/fast than having 100 tables with the same data… Basically, making it so that only a certain user sees a certain ‘client_ID’ field in the database I guess… The queries may get convoluted I feel like.
So, the articles table, for example, will each have a ‘client_ID’ table row attached to it. Then only allow users to access data from a given table that corresponds to their ID. I guess that’s it, heh.
I have been looking for some best practices are far as developing a software as a service app (SaaS) in PHP /MySQL, but can’t seem to find anything on it. I’m surprised there are no tutorials, demo applications featuring this design pattern, especially considering the massive rush towards SaaS orientated products and general acceptance of them in business settings.
Anyone here, dtbaker or Sitebase, ever develop something like this? Or does anyone have links towards design patterns/best practices to develop software like this?
Sorry I missed this, and have been missing your emails. I will look back a bit and see how I missed it.
The new system will allow for this, however, I think it will be more than 19 euros. Shoot me an email at tom[at]sirestudios.com.