Submitting Feature Requests

Shoot me your ideas and suggestions on how to make my applications better!

Published on December 17, 2017

News and Updates

Feature Request Form is Live

I added a form to collect feedback and feature requests! Using the new form, you can shoot me ideas, suggestions, wish lists, etc just by taking a moment to fill it out. I am so interested in what you have to say that I even configured it to shoot me a text as soon as someone makes a submission. I am very accommodating to most requests and if your suggestion or idea makes it in to a release, I will throw you a shout out on the product page! I look forward to hearing from you!

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Coral 1.1.0 is coming...I promise

The new Coral update is coming! I promise, it won't be much longer. I had to take a step back and rethink some of the new stuff with the live scans. This is my first time dealing with execution and memory issues on this kind of scale and it still has me scratching my head on how to do it right. The new Symfony Console component also requires PHP 7.1 or later to run properly, which was an unexpected bummer since most shared hosts are still behind the power curve with PHP releases. I know that's going to suck for a lot of Coral customers, since a good portion of you won't be able to use the Command Line Application due to hosting limitations. All of the new cron links are based on it, but the old ones are still there and work, however you will run into memory and execution time issues on larger monitors. That was the main reason I switch over the cron tasks to a PHP CLI interface so I could avoid these resource limitations with minimal configuration.

I say "a lot of Coral customers," but as of the time of this article, Coral has only made 4 sales on CodeCanyon. Due to this, this will be the last large update pending better performance on the marketplace. I know I say it a lot, but development on CodeCanyon applications is directly tied to sales performance. As useful as Coral is, I am completely dumbfounded that it isn't selling better. There is literally nothing out there like it. Especially when you consider:

  • You get the code
  • There is no subscription fee to pay
  • It's installed on your server
  • It's fully automated
  • And it is bad-ass PHP Security turned up to 11.

Seriously, let your friends know. I've been trying to advertise it on the Twitter sphere, but you know how that goes. If I could afford it, I would hire a marketing team for this one, that's how confident I am in it's abilities.