My Codebook Pro v12 free
john at onechip.com
Sat Sep 28 22:23:24 CEST 2013
I really like the idea of having a central repository where I could easily search for code snippets, or other tips, that solve whatever problem I am struggling with. As pointed out by others, I am not sure how the solution you are proposing differs from a google search. I am however sure that, if you present an easy to use and useful community portal for retrieving code snippets, that would be a growing user base over time. This is particularly true as free resource.
In my opinion, you have identified a valid problem but the devil is in the details. If it works well, over time you will gain users.
On Sep 27, 2013, at 7:33 PM, Vaughn Clement <vclement at gmail.com> wrote:
> I find myself answering because there was little interest in the CodeBook
> v12 app with 2 comments and no responses on the nibble? So a good idea does
> not get enough attention to make it worth the cost to publish the codebook
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