Yes, there is, but Jeffrey Way works for Envato. I was only answering his question about using Envato trademark in his products.
Thanks for the remainder. Last year I completely forgot that February is so short and was left with no money at all in March.
You can’t use neither, unless you have the permission from Envato itself.
EDIT: Not sure about naming your product something like this: PHP API Class for Envato Marketplaces. Still, you can’t use Envato logo for sure.
You see, while iOS may have smaller market share than Android, Android market is much more fragmented. This makes investing in iOS device much more convenient because you can actually cover more users by owning one iPhone (given the consistency of the platform) than by owning one Android device.
The fact that Android devices usually don’t have an option to upgrade the OS past one or two OS iterations (from the time they were released) only adds to that. So while one can get iPhone 4 / iPod Touch for few bucks, install the newest iOS on it and cover entire iPhone market without huge investment, it’s not possible to rely on cheaper/older Android devices since they are probably still sitting on an ancient version of Android OS.
It’s very similar with screen sizes – all iPhone / iPod Touch devices have had exactly the same screen width for years and device pixel ration of either 1 or 2. Android devices come in quadrillions various screen sizes and pixel ratios.
In my opinion these are the main reasons why some developers may choose iOS over Android for testing. At least that’s why I chose iOS. That and the fact that I personally prefer to use iOS platform over Android, so I have a device that I actually want to use and was the best choice in terms of what percentage of mobile market I can cover by testing on it.
Now you say that there is an Android emulator. Have you ever used it? It’s nearly impossible to use because it’s so damn slow. I have to wait 10+ seconds for each click on a simple webpage and imputing an IP address of my local computer into browser’s address bar takes several minutes. Don’t even get me started on more complex websites with animations.
As developers we have a responsibility to test on as many devices as possible and we try to do our best, but device vendors and OS developers have the responsibility to deliver a consistent and up to date experience for users too. Web pages breaking on some Android devices may as well be caused by irresponsibility of device vendors and lack of support for OS upgrades. Maybe it’s time to change platform?
That’s right, around 2000 unique visitors a day, each requesting 3-4 pages (approx.). That’s only during your time on home page, though.
EDIT: GS on MediaTemple scales really well and will be more than good enough for this kind of traffic. It’s what I use and never had any issues during theme releases.
I have just got an email from him too. Looks like he has been banned on marketplaces (can’t visit his profile), so the staff must have had some solid reasons to ban him.
@Bitfade could you share some more details and how did you know he is a scammer?
You’d better contact support and describe the issues. I have purchased few items already and have always had a purchase confirmation and was redirected to downloads page automatically.
Care to link to some high quality videos with demos and confirmed PS4 specs?
I don’t know what iWeb is, but WordPress themes sold here are for use only on your own WordPress installations (not WordPress.com), so you should be good to go. You can also try installing WordPress and some free theme from WP repository on a test domain / your local server just to test how WordPress works and see if you like it.
Thanks, but I really want the fade effect, rather than the scroll effect. There’s a ton of themes out there that have everything on a single page, and scroll between them when you click the menu, but very few seem to fade in and out like the site I linked.
That’s probably because loading entire pages via AJAX is kind of pointless. What you want is having the fade in/out effect just for the sake of it, without considering if you need AJAX at all.
AJAX is great for loading smaller chunks of data to refresh some areas on your webpage like twitter feed, to load search results without reloading the webpage each time the search terms are changed in more complex search systems, to send user rating data to the server, or to load some kind of notifications in more complex web applications. These are just few examples where the use of AJAX is justified and building such functionality without AJAX would be a pain in the ass for users.
Loading entire page is pretty much pointless. There are no to minimal benefits in terms of server-side processing time, since you still load entire webpage. In addition to that, the fading animation may usually take more time that loading entire webpage the usual way.
I may have misunderstood you, maybe you don’t want an AJAX webpage at all, but rather a one-page style but with fade animations instead of scrolling.