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Thread began 2/15/2010 9:01 am by tom92909 | Last modified 2/19/2010 9:20 pm by tom92909 | 1674 views | 7 replies


I really don't mind at all if the folder says webassist. I agree with Ray's earlier sentiment that even if a client were to buy all the extensions, they couldn't do it because the truth is that while the extensions all make it much easier on us, you still have to understand the theory of coding and having a mental roadmap for the final application you are producing... something that a novice wouldn't be able to bring to the table.

I also end up doing projects that require so much intricate customization that webassist provides only the starting point for me. I am all for keeping the "webassist" on the folder name as it makes it easier on the organization of the files... but those are just my thoughts.


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