[ANN] mergExt: BLE, Google spreadsheets, Map directions, iOS 9 & special price
MikeKerner at roadrunner.com
Sun Oct 11 22:50:21 EDT 2015
Might I just say that we've had mergGoogle running for a month or two, and
it's just another great tool that makes LC a great tool.
On Sun, Oct 11, 2015 at 10:31 PM, Monte Goulding <
monte at sweattechnologies.com> wrote:
> Hi LiveCoders
> Today I am releasing a huge update to mergExt Complete and announcing a
> special price available for the rest of the month.
> mergBLE 1.0 - CoreBluetooth external for iOS and OS X. Use BLE between Mac
> and iOS or between iOS devices or between some of the great sensors
> available and your app. For the arduino hackers out there you will love
> pairing this external with the ReadBearLab BLE shield. Control anything
> from your Mac or iOS device!!! (Also sold separately for $49).
> mergGoogle 1.0 - This external for iOS and OS X currently implements
> google spreadsheets. (Also sold separately for $49).
> mergMK 3.0 - This update to mergMK supports querying directions between
> iOS 9 support - all the mergExt externals have now been updated for iOS 9
> The mergExt Complete bundle now weighs in at a hefty $1038 worth of
> individual products for only $299. Yes that’s right folks. We’ve cracked
> the ton!
> Special Price: 3 years of access to mergExt Complete for $499. That’s a
> huge $398 saving folks. Use this link to access the special deal
> http://mergext.com/special/ <http://mergext.com/special/> The first 5
> people taking advantage of the special price will also get an additional 6
> months at no extra charge. Get it while it’s hot!!!
> M E R Goulding <http://goulding.ws/>
> Software development services
> Bespoke application development for vertical markets
> mergExt <http://mergext.com/> - There's an external for that!
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