Mobile Native Essentials Widget Pack
alex at tweedly.net
Wed Apr 11 12:57:33 EDT 2018
I agree these look great, and because I know Digital Pomegranate I can
have lots of faith in them - so I will buy them (whenever I next want to
do a mobile project).
But - I have one (or maybe two) "objections"
1. I don't think items should go on sale on the store with *no*
documentation available for what they are, what they do, how they are
used, customization/preferences available, .... - nothing but the names
of the widgets.
2. it would be really nice if there were also a desktop version of each
of these. I *want* to be able to create a project that works on all
platforms (and, in particular, on the ones that allow for the
super-quick development cycle we get for desktop).
I guess this is a comment for any widget that anyone is going to produce ...
P.S. Hmmm - I see the same objection applies to all (or most) of the
other items on the third-party store - but I still think the objection
is valid :-)
On 11/04/2018 17:27, Mark Talluto via use-livecode wrote:
> Thanks Todd and Digital Pomegranate for the release of your first widget pack.
> These and the others you have planned are essential for LiveCode and its growing user-base.
> I just bought the widget pack. These are going to be very useful.
> https://livecode.com/products/thirdparty/livecode-factory/mobile-native-essentials-widget-pack-1-0-0/ <https://livecode.com/products/thirdparty/livecode-factory/mobile-native-essentials-widget-pack-1-0-0/>
> Best regards,
> Mark Talluto
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