Coffee Cup software

I just talked to a gal on the phone at coffee cup software. They are running a sale on there software. You need to call them because the sale price is not listed on there web site.

It would be nice if Blocsapp had longer that a 5 day try out. I work a full time job and just don’t have 5 days in a row to play with it.

Coffee cup is 21 days and Freeway was 30 days

One thing I like about Blocs, You get what you get without having to buy all the extras $$$$$ plugins …
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Blocs is awesome, and has been mentioned elsewhere, Norm is willing to refund your purchase after 30 days if you’re not happy. So that is really 35 days after a deposit of 80 bucks.


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Scottin Pollock.

I think what I am afraid of is not knowing how to figure out what I need to do.
Coffee Cup has a add-on called Responsive content Slider that looks cool.
You can add this to Coffee Cup RSD to make a slide show from your photos.

How would you do this in Blocs?

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FYI, CoffeeCup replied to my email with the following pertinent info:

“Responsive Site Designer and Foundation Framer have a page limit of 75.”


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Thats valuable information Jim! Thnks

CC’s Responsive Content Slider is btw a stand alone app with a lot of
options, just as their great Web Form builder, RED and Menu maker. But work
ofcourse seamlessly with RSD or VSD (FF).

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FYI, CoffeeCup replied to my email with the following pertinent info:

“Responsive Site Designer and Foundation Framer have a page limit of 75.”


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I was thinking Responsive Content Slider was a stand alone app. Just like Exhibeo_2 is stand alone.
You guys on this form are pros at what you do. I am just trying to piece all this together.

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I wrote also in my last post: “CC’s Responsive Content Slider is btw a
stand alone app with a lot of options,…”

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I was thinking Responsive Content Slider was a stand alone app. Just like
Exhibeo_2 is stand alone.
You guys on this form are pros at what you do. I am just trying to piece
all this together.

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Yes! Much more than Exhibeo_2


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Exhibeo2 never anything more than just Exhibeo1 with some extra bugs and a new ui.


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As soon as the email dropped in my mailbox July 4th I started to look out for alternatives. I already have a copy running of Blocs2, a great app for simple projects. But I wanted something more professional. After a few trials of several apps I ended up with the folks of Coffeecup Software.

I bought the beta of Responsive Foundation Framer. This €59 licensed beta includes a licence for the final more expensive public release. It also came with a coupon for a 20% discount on any other purchase.

So my next purchase was the complete $299 Responsive Design Pack(Responsive Design Pack - OSX - What a deal! | CoffeeCup Software Store), now for $239, which includes:

8 Fantastic apps just under $300. And Responsive Content Slider is a killer on it’s own.

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I bought all of the items seperately too a while ago Richard, it surely is
a nifty package together. Succes with it!

2016-08-05 14:52 GMT+02:00 Richard van Heukelum email@hidden:

As soon as the email dropped in my mailbox July 4th I started to look out
for alternatives. I already have a copy running of Blocs2, a great app for
simple projects. But I wanted something more professional. After a few
trials of several apps I ended up with the folks of Coffeecup Software.

I bought the beta of [Responsive Foundation Framer](https://www.coffeecup.
com/foundation-framer/). This €59 licensed beta includes a licence for
the final more expensive public release. It also came with a coupon for a
20% discount on any other purchase.

So my next purchase was the complete $299 Responsive Design Pack(
Responsive Design Pack - OSX - What a deal! | CoffeeCup Software Store), now for
$239, which includes:

8 Fantastic apps just under $300. And Responsive Content Slider is a
killer on it’s own.

Richard


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Richard VH - or anyone else with CoffeeCup - Have you any experience of including a CMS into CC ? Or just thoughts about the feasibility of adding one.

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@Richard L
No I have not but I am very interested too. Have asked Scott from CC but
nothing available for now from themselfs…
There are some out there:

http://unify.unitinteractive.com/
https://inlay.io/

http://www.couchcms.com/

Some of them are subscription-based or are committed to their server

Andries

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Richard VH - or anyone else with CoffeeCup - Have you any experience of
including a CMS into CC ? Or just thoughts about the feasibility of
adding one.

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add to the list my preferred CMS….

Then if Freeway was no longer functional you chose your flavour of template builder; CC, Blocs, Sparkle, etc, or hand code. Export your code from that - insert your CMS.

David Owen
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There are some out there:
https://www.pulsecms.com/
http://unify.unitinteractive.com/
https://inlay.io/
http://sitecake.com/
http://www.couchcms.com/


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On 17 Aug 2016, 4:53 pm, Richard Lowther wrote:

Richard VH - or anyone else with CoffeeCup - Have you any experience of including a CMS into CC ? Or just thoughts about the feasibility of adding one.

No, I haven’t. Currently just trying to get my head around the software which is amazingly sophisticated. But when I’m thinking about adding a CMS, it would depend on the client. For simple stuff I’d use Pulse CMS, otherwise I’d use Craft CMS. Pulse is a simple non-database text-file driven CMS, while Craft is far more advanced and database driven.

Pulse is quite self-explanatory while you can get a pretty decent video course at Mijingo.

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Is this for real?? While most of my sites are under 75 pages, it seems a pretty big limitation. I have a few FreeWay sites that are coming in around 300-350 pages, so it does happen with a large site. I haven’t seen this documented anywhere on their site other than the email they sent to James Fenney.

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FYI, CoffeeCup replied to my email with the following pertinent info:

“Responsive Site Designer and Foundation Framer have a page limit of 75.”


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Thanks for all the feed back. I can see it is feasable - just got to choose my builder (and/or text editor if I am going to be serious) and then look at all the suggestions you have made. Pulse I am familiar with, although not the most recent version. I have used Webyep mostly - (which leaves me wondering what Max is thinking and his plans for his new version of Webyep)

I will buy Blocs being further encouraged by your comments Richard about it being good for simple projects as well as it has integrated Pulse . And Todd’s admiration for it UI. It will get some new projects up and running as well as rebuilding some older ones.

And probably buy CoffeeCup for a more complex project in the pipe line.

But I also see that a text editor- Coda for example - is going to be a wise move. I have this nagging in the back of my head telling me not only to get a better grip on code but also that I may invest time learning a new app only to see it wind up like Freeway or prove to be another evolutionary dead end.

Many thanks again for your input

Best wishes

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On 18 Aug 2016, 8:57 pm, Doty wrote:

Is this for real?? While most of my sites are under 75 pages, it seems a pretty big limitation. I have a few FreeWay sites that are coming in around 300-350 pages, so it does happen with a large site. I haven’t seen this documented anywhere on their site other than the email they sent to James Fenney.

On 4 Aug 2016, 3:59 am, Jim Feeney wrote:

FYI, CoffeeCup replied to my email with the following pertinent info:

“Responsive Site Designer and Foundation Framer have a page limit of 75.”

Why not asking them?

The answer from my question about restriction of pages:
Adam East - Technical Guru

Currently it is. However, each new release is brining more and more pages, we soon hope to increase the page limit to 300 pages, then once that is successful, we should be able to remove the page limit all together.


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@Richard L

I’m glad my “elephant” thread sparked some interest in yourself and Doty.

For anyone else following the “elephant” around the room I want to (again) make note of this:

Although Coda is the focus of that thread it’s only because I’ve been using it for 70-80 hours per week for nearly 9 years so I’m familiar with it.

But we Mac users have an embarrassment of riches when it comes to editors and I have at one point or another tried most of them. Some are full-on propeller-beanie geek tools while others are lightweight and user-friendly. Coda is simply one of many options which some may find to be too much for their needs. I get it.

With that in mind I’m a big, BIG admirer of Brackets https://brackets.io/. It’s feature-rich without being bloated, accessible to casual code tweakers, it’s free, and it’s beautiful to look at and use.

As I mentioned previously, I suspect for many of you considering Coda or any editor, which one you choose is probably less important (right now) than building a foundation of code literacy and any decent editor will allow you to explore at that level so don’t feel like you need to go “full geek” right out of the gate.

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Thanks for all the feed back. I can see it is feasable - just got to choose my builder (and/or text editor if I am going to be serious) and then look at all the suggestions you have made. Pulse I am familiar with, although not the most recent version. I have used Webyep mostly - (which leaves me wondering what Max is thinking and his plans for his new version of Webyep)

I will buy Blocs being further encouraged by your comments Richard about it being good for simple projects as well as it has integrated Pulse . And Todd’s admiration for it UI. It will get some new projects up and running as well as rebuilding some older ones.

And probably buy CoffeeCup for a more complex project in the pipe line.

But I also see that a text editor- Coda for example - is going to be a wise move. I have this nagging in the back of my head telling me not only to get a better grip on code but also that I may invest time learning a new app only to see it wind up like Freeway or prove to be another evolutionary dead end.

Many thanks again for your input

Best wishes

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Freeway was one step along a continuum leading me to where I am now. Reading its output code taught me HTML. Learning to thread its output into PHP led me to Rails and “long-pants” programming.

One thing that nudged me in that direction was my grandfather. He was a tool-and-die maker, which is to say, a machinist who knew how to make machine tools. Think about that for an Inception-style moment.

BBEdit and then TextMate were my Bridgeport milling machine and engine lathe – tools that let me build tools.

If you have the slightest inclination to own the means of your production, you should get a good text editor and start taking things apart to see how they work inside. It pays off. I mean that sincerely.

Walter

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I’m glad my “elephant” thread sparked some interest in yourself and Doty


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