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Aceytech rated on 03 Dec 2010
[Version 10.2 d151]

aceytech commented on 30 Mar 2008
Follow up to my previous review:

The developers have proven to be so responsive, I've went ahead & purchased Flux with no reservations. I'm amazed at how powerful and flexible this program is!

My previous issues with Forums, Themes, etc have all been addressed, or in process. I've posted suggestions, questions and a bug or two on their forums, and the Devs have already released new builds. The latest one came today. (on a Saturday!) One word: Wow!
[Version 1.1.2]


aceytech reviewed on 26 Mar 2008
This program looks extremely promising... I'm testing this out presently, and will a bit more before pulling the trigger on the purchase, but so far so good. Oh, and I really appreciate the gracious trial period. (30 days, no page limit, nice!)

My impressions so far? A few niggles here and there, but for the most part? It's iWeb meets Coda, and gets some Core Image goodness. WYSIWYG drag & drop action., and you have an amazing amount of control in CSS HTML & AJAX, to boot... Move it, tweak it, and fine tune to your hearts content. Perfect!

I think if the developers can create a community around this product(forums, third party support, etc..), and implement a user installed template function, they'll have a winner of a product on their hands.

Drawback: There doesn't seem to be a method to switch graphical designs(templates), which is a very powerful tool for a web designer, when you're in front of 'a early stage client'. This leads to an unnecessary duplication of efforts.

-Also, support forums are "a sign of the times", and they can be extremely beneficial to the success of a product, as it allows the developers to focus while 'pro' users are answering questions from newer users.

In Summary: The ease of use coupled with the ability to tweak the backend code, makes this is an ideal pro-sumer web development application, and (I think) it should continue to be sold as such.
At the price, the features/performance ratio is stellar!

Cheers, and thanks! Please keep up the great development effort!
[Version 1.1.1]


aceytech reviewed on 09 Dec 2007
Thanks, this is a great first effort. Hope to see more like this in the future!
[Version 1.0]

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