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Cloud On Time app for OSX

Release 8.7.5.0 is coming soon. Get ready to run your apps on Apple devices.

Cloud On Time app for iOS is now available in Apple App Store. It is compatible with apps created with the upcoming release of the application generator.

Your apps will continue to run in modern web browsers.

Today we are pleased to announce native app support for Mac platform.



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  • Hi, when this release will be available for download?
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  • Cloud On Time app for Mac and Cloud On Time for iOS are both available in Apple App Store right now. Visit the app store and check it out.

    The new version of Cloud On Time 1.2.8 will work with applications produced by Code On Time 8.7.5.0 only.

    We are doing the final validation of the app generator and the new account manager. Management of activation codes is changing with this release. The new release also introduces Unlimited Edition Free Trial.

    The wait is almost over!
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  • Do you have an idea of when will that happen? Somewhere else, in another topic, it was said that it was going to happen commencing this week

    It also said In another topic that the roadmap will be updated accordingly, which is a good idea because you might even face penalties for not delivering promised features on due time.

    To avoid annoying situations like that, you may also consider extending or granting some period of grace for licenses about to expire (as long as it gets) in order for those customers to receive all those delayed features non-delivered as described in current roadmap. So if you fail to deliver the promised features on due time, regarding of that, customers will be receiving what they have already paid for.

    Let me just be clear that such extensions doesn't have to cover features which where not offered in the current road map. It must cover until the point of what was explicitly offered at expiration date that wasn't properly delivered. I make that clear because you are also not obliged by any means in giving away for free something that a customer hasn't paid for.

    P.S.: Excuse misspelling. Sometimes Alexa doesn't works as expected
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    • Fine answer. Thank you. Non intrusive intention from this side.

      Because of the use of the word "road-map" in your website I was remembering some issue we had as an outsourcing element for a "Llave en Mano" project (Key in Hand) with which we struggled some penalties for not complaining with our roadmap so that word has become kind of ringing fire alarms for our team.

      So you do your thing in your own way.Sometime a comment is just a comment. Nothing else.
    • I'm sharing this info to all of you:
      https://realtimeboard.com/blog/buildi...

      After reading you'll understand my point.
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