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Frederickd reviewed on 08 Nov 2013
Excellent application! After the 10.9 Mavericks Mail update, my plug-ins for ReplyWithHeader and NoFlaggedMailbox were broken. Now they work! I felt compelled to donate money for a cup of coffee. Great work!
[Version 1.2.0]


Frederickd reviewed on 08 Nov 2013
Love the new format. Excellent! However, the new update to Mail in 10.9 Mavericks broke the plug-in. Is there an estimate on when this will be fixed? I miss my professional looking headers. Thanks!
[Version 4.1]

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Frederickd replied on 08 Nov 2013
Should've read the "Troubleshooting" tab first. fixed this and the plug-in to remove the 'Flagged' folder. Yeah!

Frederickd replied on 10 Nov 2013

Excellent work! The installer worked find and checking in the Mail Preferences the 4.2-beta version is installed. Thank you!

Frederickd rated on 15 Jan 2011
[Version 1.5.1]


frederickd reviewed on 04 Aug 2009
Recently I was offered a small gig to clone an existing web site. Being my first web project I searched for tools that allowed for Rapid Application Development in a fashion I was familiar with in procedural languages. My search brought me to ModelBaker.

ModelBaker takes the CakePHP framework, a proven foundation for RAD, and takes away the madness of a command line interface for something more elegant; a Mac interface.

This product accomplishes many things well. The complexities of the command line interface for CakePHP are gone. Checkboxes, drag-and-drop, and lists replace using the Terminal. If you have ever read any of the CakePHP tutorials, and all the hoops that a developer must go through to remember sequences of tasks to execute to 'bake' an application, you will quickly come to love ModelBaker for its simplicity and graphical portrayal of intricacies for CakePHP.

As an added bonus, ModelBaker can take your 'baked' web application and make it an iPhone web application. That is way kewl! I haven't tried that part yet because, sadly, I have no iPhone nor iPod Touch. [small tear forming... sniff]

If you want to visually analyze model entities and quickly come up with a working application that you can demonstrate concepts to an eager client, then give ModelBaker a spin. You still need to supply custom business rules, but the heavy lifting of database configuration and so much more are generated for you by ModelBaker and the underlying CakePHP foundation.

One of the goals of ModelBaker is to facilitate Rapid Application Development (RAD), and I would add Rapid Application Prototyping. (My friends and I call it RAP.) ModelBaker achieves this goal handily and has a well-articulated roadmap for future enhancements.

Start now to learn CakePHP the Mac way by using ModelBaker. I think you will be happy that you did. I am. (I would give it 5 stars, but I'm waiting for something on the roadmap...)
[Version 1.0.7]

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