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Martinho Neves
Posted: 10/25/2002, 5:42 AM

My first hello to this fine community

I want to buy Code Charge but I don't know which would be the best option...

Code Charge OR Code Charge Studio

I downloaded Code Charge, but I'm unable to download the Studio...

The CCStudio it's easier? it's the same but with a more intuitive interface.

For the price I thing CCS it's a magnificent tool. But I like CS already

Can u give me some insights, please ?

Martinho Neves
http://www.martinhoneves.tk

Jan K. van Dalen
Posted: 10/25/2002, 10:55 AM

Go with Code Charge Studio.

It is the new version and new technology.

"Martinho Neves" <mcneves@hotpop.com> wrote in message
news:apbe6n$s9j$1@news.codecharge.com...
> My first hello to this fine community
>
> I want to buy Code Charge but I don't know which would be the best
option...
>
> Code Charge OR Code Charge Studio
>
> I downloaded Code Charge, but I'm unable to download the Studio...
>
> The CCStudio it's easier? it's the same but with a more intuitive
interface.
>
> For the price I thing CCS it's a magnificent tool. But I like CS already
>
> Can u give me some insights, please ?
>
> Martinho Neves
> http://www.martinhoneves.tk
>
>

RonB
Posted: 11/09/2002, 2:37 AM

Please....

If you have to make a choice dont do it based on the fact that it is
something new. Think about:
1. what you want to do with the tool
2. what your experience is with your choice of programming language
3. how much time you are willing to spend on a project.

1. if 1 is quick developing of database driven websites without much fancy
extra's -> CC
if 1 is extreem flexibilty so you can design complex websites with all kinds
of exiting features requiring you to do some handcoding without loss of
control over your code and html->CCS
2. If you are a novice and are still in the beginning of discovering the
wonderfull world of programming ->CC (it will teach you as you go, I learned
programming php mainly from reading and looking at the CC code)
If you are an expierenced coder and want lot's of features ->CCS
3. Only quick and dirty functional designs->CC
Go all the way, fancy extra's and you have the time to realy dig in ->CCS

CCS requires a lot more understanding of coding and the UI is less intuitive
then CC's. It has a much steeper learning curve. But... if you hang in there
it's a great tool. I haven't seen anything like it out on the web.

Hope this helps

Ron


"Jan K. van Dalen" <vandalen@mindspring.com> schreef in bericht
news:apc0ij$usl$1@news.codecharge.com...
> Go with Code Charge Studio.
>
> It is the new version and new technology.
>
> "Martinho Neves" <mcneves@hotpop.com> wrote in message
>news:apbe6n$s9j$1@news.codecharge.com...
> > My first hello to this fine community
> >
> > I want to buy Code Charge but I don't know which would be the best
> option...
> >
> > Code Charge OR Code Charge Studio
> >
> > I downloaded Code Charge, but I'm unable to download the Studio...
> >
> > The CCStudio it's easier? it's the same but with a more intuitive
> interface.
> >
> > For the price I thing CCS it's a magnificent tool. But I like CS already
> >
> > Can u give me some insights, please ?
> >
> > Martinho Neves
> > http://www.martinhoneves.tk
> >
> >
>
>

Richard Bryce
Posted: 11/21/2002, 5:07 PM

RonB,

thanks for this constructive reply. This has helped me quite alot



Richard Bryce
North Shore I.T. Services Pty Limited
www.northshoreit.com.au
richard@northshoreit.com.au





"RonB" <r.borkent@123chello.456nl> wrote in message
news:aqiohq$30u$1@news.codecharge.com...
> Please....
>
> If you have to make a choice dont do it based on the fact that it is
> something new. Think about:
> 1. what you want to do with the tool
> 2. what your experience is with your choice of programming language
> 3. how much time you are willing to spend on a project.
>
> 1. if 1 is quick developing of database driven websites without much fancy
> extra's -> CC
> if 1 is extreem flexibilty so you can design complex websites with all
kinds
> of exiting features requiring you to do some handcoding without loss of
> control over your code and html->CCS
> 2. If you are a novice and are still in the beginning of discovering the
> wonderfull world of programming ->CC (it will teach you as you go, I
learned
> programming php mainly from reading and looking at the CC code)
> If you are an expierenced coder and want lot's of features ->CCS
> 3. Only quick and dirty functional designs->CC
> Go all the way, fancy extra's and you have the time to realy dig in ->CCS
>
> CCS requires a lot more understanding of coding and the UI is less
intuitive
> then CC's. It has a much steeper learning curve. But... if you hang in
there
> it's a great tool. I haven't seen anything like it out on the web.
>
> Hope this helps
>
> Ron
>
>
> "Jan K. van Dalen" <vandalen@mindspring.com> schreef in bericht
>news:apc0ij$usl$1@news.codecharge.com...
> > Go with Code Charge Studio.
> >
> > It is the new version and new technology.
> >
> > "Martinho Neves" <mcneves@hotpop.com> wrote in message
> >news:apbe6n$s9j$1@news.codecharge.com...
> > > My first hello to this fine community
> > >
> > > I want to buy Code Charge but I don't know which would be the best
> > option...
> > >
> > > Code Charge OR Code Charge Studio
> > >
> > > I downloaded Code Charge, but I'm unable to download the Studio...
> > >
> > > The CCStudio it's easier? it's the same but with a more intuitive
> > interface.
> > >
> > > For the price I thing CCS it's a magnificent tool. But I like CS
already
> > >
> > > Can u give me some insights, please ?
> > >
> > > Martinho Neves
> > > http://www.martinhoneves.tk
> > >
> > >
> >
> >
>
>


   


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