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[CANCELLED] XDA-Marketplace (Source-code released & attached)

10th February 2010, 12:07 AM   |  #301  
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Hey,

Just a question to the guys behind this brilliant project,

Whats the current status of it all? And is there a timeline for when we can hope to get our first glimpses of it all?

My only other point is that i think the guys behind this should just make the decisions on designs and things like that. Because the project could take for ever if every little detail needs to be discussed on the board, desgins, names etc. Personally, i think at the end of the day if the homepage is green or blue, it doesnt matter, and if the website is abc.com or acb.com it really doesnt matter. Its what the website will provide that we're all so eager about!

And I would really love to help if i could but i have no skills that could be of any use!

Keep of the great work!
10th February 2010, 11:06 AM   |  #302  
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Hey,

Just a question to the guys behind this brilliant project,

Whats the current status of it all? And is there a timeline for when we can hope to get our first glimpses of it all?

My only other point is that i think the guys behind this should just make the decisions on designs and things like that. Because the project could take for ever if every little detail needs to be discussed on the board, desgins, names etc. Personally, i think at the end of the day if the homepage is green or blue, it doesnt matter, and if the website is abc.com or acb.com it really doesnt matter. Its what the website will provide that we're all so eager about!

And I would really love to help if i could but i have no skills that could be of any use!

Keep of the great work!

The current status is that a couple of pages needs to be put together design-wise, and the tag-functionality has to be finished.

it will be hosted at www.xda-downloads.com (not affiliated with xda-developers.com in any way), and the main design is done, and will be in the style of the current holding-page there.

I promise it wont take forever, as I'm soon ready to release an early version
10th February 2010, 01:59 PM   |  #303  
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Awesome! Thanks for the update.

I'm sure everyone is just as eager and excited as i am!

All the best
10th February 2010, 02:11 PM   |  #304  
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Thank you yngvebn for your hard work regarding this brilliant & exciting project.
10th February 2010, 02:16 PM   |  #305  
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so will users who did not develop an app be allowed to post it \ link the forum thread to the XDA-market?

Also, how will this scan our PDA for updates, will it work like app to date where people have to add code to their program? Or alternatively, will it require a log-in and simply have a server-side list of the software we downloaded and the version which it was (this one seems easier to implement)?
10th February 2010, 02:19 PM   |  #306  
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who gets to test the new app and report any bugs?
12th February 2010, 08:50 PM   |  #307  
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keep checking this...

Looking forward to the release date
13th February 2010, 05:37 PM   |  #308  
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keep up this brilliant project
13th February 2010, 05:42 PM   |  #309  
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Great news, thanks for your work, it will be appreciated highly
13th February 2010, 05:42 PM   |  #310  
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so will users who did not develop an app be allowed to post it \ link the forum thread to the XDA-market?

Also, how will this scan our PDA for updates, will it work like app to date where people have to add code to their program? Or alternatively, will it require a log-in and simply have a server-side list of the software we downloaded and the version which it was (this one seems easier to implement)?

Each application uploaded will have the posibility to have different versions. If you log in, and download something, the next time you log in it will check if the last version you downloaded is up to date.

Maybe some solution combining the features in app-to-date with this can be implemented later, but for now I think this is sufficient. It will also provide the user with a list of applications downloaded, so that you can easily download a zip-file with all the cabs for those apps (you can of course remove programs from your list if you're no longer interested in it)

Stay tuned

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