Shock news — changes and improvements continue apace on the new site! Can you believe it? I can’t. Nevertheless it’s true. My therapist tells me my medication’s working and that I’ve now upgraded the Developers page in line with the StackCentral design. This monumental development now means that in an emergency you can find out those lifesaving details about your favourite RapidWeaver developers fast.
You might also be interested to note that I’ve now demoted the Web Design resources page until I decide how to enhance that particular experience. Until such time you can still access the page from the Footer Resources link.
Those of you who received my recent newsletter may well be asking yourselves what the hell happened to that new stack I promised to release “in a matter of days”. Good question — and like a good politician I’m not going to lie more than once a sentence: it got lost in the post. And not before I found a huge showstopping bug in the stack — like it didn’t actually work. So in a fit of ‘artistic pique’ I’ve thrown on it on the growing heap of half-finished prototypes and decided to bury my head in the sand for the next few days to see if that helps my complexion.
In other news — Realmac’s founder Dan Counsell has written a good piece on his blog about MAS Paid Upgrades. It’s called The Mac App Store Still Needs Paid Upgrades and is well worth a read.