Indeed nice script, very clever, thanks for sharing @bkonia.
BSS_User: My script works using the WordPress API which hasn’t changed in years. There’s no reason why it would stop working in the future or require any special maintenance. If this was built-in to BSS, it would operate much the same way as the script, but would be far more convenient for most users.
Thanks for clarifying, I was only expressing what I understood @Jo to mean. But I agree with you that if integrated it would be far less hassle to accomplish for users.
But as stated above what is the core or majority demographic of usage and site type from BootStrap Studio users. Regardless of current users, WordPress integration would certainly funnel a vast greater number of users into using BootStrap Studio. Targeted to those wishing to leverage BootStrap and Wordpress together via a desktop app.
Which would hopefully mean a hefty increase in revenue stream for further development of features across the entire app for all users. As mentioned above I think even Flat File CMS integration could be a great benefit to many users, which would likewise drive traffic and increase revenue for the app.
I hate to state this.
But since I just made that statement above I have been wondering for a while if BootStrap Studio is a full time project or side project ?
I assume the developers do side work under the parent company Zine, and I know they run TutorialZine as well. The latter sees far more activity by the developers than around here it appears. In general I assume they are away from here due to various development related projects. But I have owned BootStrap Studio for about 1.5 years. I actually let it expire at v2.7 and repurchased with the update of version 4.
Of course there have been some nice advancements during that time period, but sometimes I can't help but wonder. Since the app was mentioned above, by contrast in the same time period Pinegrow has made monumental advancements with its app. It also has a far more reaching feature and capability list. I'm not comparing the apps themselves as each is impressive in its own space. But due to the compared development progress over the same period and given that both apps are developed by small teams, it just makes me wonder -- if its a full or part time endeavor ?
I certainly mean nothing negative towards the BSS developers, but I have just been wondering concerning that for some time.