It’s good to see how sheer hard work pays off in the end. Thanks for sharing this. Good motivational material for the rest of us that are just starting!
Congrats dtbaker and to everyone involved; very excited for you!
Keep us updated on how this all pans out
IMO, there is nothing more annoying for a customer that just paid to find “Not implemented” feature placeholders in their purchased item. Additionally, from a review point, this simply gives the impression that your product is not ready for the marketplace and will likely get rejected.
If your plan is to implement features that your customers want then release the product with the minimum indispensable, that is a complete product that isn’t lacking in core features to function. If this gets accepted, then in time customers will help drive your product, all you need to do is listen to their feedback.
Thanks for the update! Insightful indeed.
Good luck on your projects, hope you find the licensing options your after!
Has anybody seen MoeHaydar ?
If anybody has seen him, send him my congratulations for a job well done
Search appears to be coming soon. Staff responded to this earlier today : http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/new-search-platform-update/111659?page=6#931077
In the meantime use Google Advanced search
Just put the comments section url in the “site or domain” field
or simply use the following format when typing your search term in google
Responding to support calls as soon as they come in, unless I’m away from my desk
This appears to work out just fine for now with quick response times. I’m just fortunate (or perhaps unfortunate, depends on how you look at it), to not have to deal with too many support calls yet. Customers love it though and often they will compliment the effort, while a few promise a 5 star rating
Also with tens of billions of dollars in the smartphone industry at home, apple gets to walk away with atleast 80% of the profits. I suppose a 5 billion dollar investment in their HQ is a drop in the bucket compared to how much revenue they generate.
Interesting thread. Seems like we’re stuck rigorously defending humor from the humorless. Nothing wrong with digitalscience’s comments guys, let’s move on
Back on topic, loving the massive glass doughnut. Read this piece somewhere on the Internets :
The architects wanted the windows to open. Jobs said no. He had never liked the idea of people being able to open things. “That would just allow people to screw things up.”