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Just something to ponder -> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayfinder - it may be trade marked, I'm not sure
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@SacBookReviewer By looking at it, Stripe looks pretty awesome. My issue is this: I want to visually see that my credit card info is not stored anywhere on uselio. The way it's now, this is not clear to me. In other words, I would prefer to be redirected to the stripe site, so I would understand that my credit card info won't be stored on uselio.
@photawe websites don't get the credit card info from stripe. I don't think they can keep it at all unless they did something really hinky with the stripe API. I know on our sites we only get the last 4 digits of the cc number and a token to track the transactions. We use stripe on a couple of sites from use of the API to wordpress plugins and none of them give us access to the user card details.
@photawe Couldn't put it better than Ross :-) Stripe is the most secure payment protocol out there, there is simply no way for us to have any access to the credit card info being stored there.
Hi Shawn,
First off, great idea
I wanted to drop you an email, but your website (shawnkent.ca) - seems to be more or less down - namely, none of the pages except the index works.
Anyway, was interested in if you would be able to auto find the cool locations based on your user's phone's photos that are marked "favorite" - and then you could add those to your app ;)
@photawe Thanks so much for the kind words and the heads up on the site. It appears my webhost rolled back to an older version of php overnight.....but anyway...
If I understand correctly you would add to the app the users photos that are marked as favorite, but I assume not as shared with the PIXEO community. Just a local copy. Interesting concept, I'll bounce the idea among the team as we develop version 2.
@shawnkent I guess people could choose to easily share such locations from your app (and you app would find these locations from the photos the user has marked as favorite -> in other words, if there are, lets say, 10+ photos marked as favorite at location X, the user could then add that location to your map).
(side-note: my app would be kinda' cool for this, but it's windows-only for now :P)
@photawe that’s a cool concept. Seeing as we’re MVP I greatly appreciate the advice. Also fixed my website. Thanks.
@shawnkent I guess people could choose to easily share such locations from your app (and you app would find these locations from the photos the user has marked as favorite -> in other words, if there are, lets say, 10+ photos marked as favorite at location X, the user could then add that location to your map).
(side-note: my app would be kinda' cool for this, but it's windows-only for now :P)
@photawe that’s a cool concept. Seeing as we’re MVP I greatly appreciate the advice. Also fixed my website. Thanks.
@heynaeem Haven't heard of Stripe before - will look into that, looks pretty strong :)
@photawe We use Stripe for a number of projects and its the best cc processor we've ever used.
@SacBookReviewer By looking at it, Stripe looks pretty awesome. My issue is this: I want to visually see that my credit card info is not stored anywhere on uselio. The way it's now, this is not clear to me. In other words, I would prefer to be redirected to the stripe site, so I would understand that my credit card info won't be stored on uselio.
@photawe websites don't get the credit card info from stripe. I don't think they can keep it at all unless they did something really hinky with the stripe API. I know on our sites we only get the last 4 digits of the cc number and a token to track the transactions. We use stripe on a couple of sites from use of the API to wordpress plugins and none of them give us access to the user card details.
@photawe Couldn't put it better than Ross :-) Stripe is the most secure payment protocol out there, there is simply no way for us to have any access to the credit card info being stored there.
@shtefcs I may use the chrome extension at some point. Having said that, I am a bit weary of doing so - since so far, only you've posted stuff. It may be a good idea to allow posting from the website itself - at least until you get more traction. Just my thoughts...
@photawe Yeah, at the first it started as posting from web app itself, but then we wanted to put focus on chrome extension instead. Moonly is gonna be open source soon, lot of things to be done.
@shtefcs I see... Well, if it will be open source, not sure what advantage will a chrome extension bring over a web app...
@shtefcs I see... Well, if it will be open source, not sure what advantage will a chrome extension bring over a web app...
@getapptics Pageviews by page for now. Another 2 things: 1. while the "how many pageviews today..." is cool, I would like the "how many " to be inferred. 2. In google analytics I have 3 account, 2 of which are old and I never use. So, long story short, we could assume by default i will always ask about the account I asked last ;)
Looks kinda' cool. Perhaps you can suggest more data to show, once the user has asked the question. Like "how many pageviews today" should be able to then give me more details into those pageviews.
@photawe great idea. What types of things would you like to see? pageviews by page? mobile vs desktop? returning vs new?
@getapptics Pageviews by page for now. Another 2 things: 1. while the "how many pageviews today..." is cool, I would like the "how many " to be inferred. 2. In google analytics I have 3 account, 2 of which are old and I never use. So, long story short, we could assume by default i will always ask about the account I asked last ;)
@heynaeem I don't argue with that, I'm just not comfortable with giving my card details to your site. What I mean, with so many site breaches these days (where lots of stuff can be stolen), if you were to use another provider, such as paypal or something similar, I would be more inclined to pay.
@photawe Yep, totally understand - we'll work on PayPal eventually, just hard with our resources to add that support in right now. As mentioned, our payment form uses Stripe which is Paypal's main alternative - but totally get what you mean
@heynaeem Haven't heard of Stripe before - will look into that, looks pretty strong :)
@photawe We use Stripe for a number of projects and its the best cc processor we've ever used.
@SacBookReviewer By looking at it, Stripe looks pretty awesome. My issue is this: I want to visually see that my credit card info is not stored anywhere on uselio. The way it's now, this is not clear to me. In other words, I would prefer to be redirected to the stripe site, so I would understand that my credit card info won't be stored on uselio.
@photawe websites don't get the credit card info from stripe. I don't think they can keep it at all unless they did something really hinky with the stripe API. I know on our sites we only get the last 4 digits of the cc number and a token to track the transactions. We use stripe on a couple of sites from use of the API to wordpress plugins and none of them give us access to the user card details.
@photawe Couldn't put it better than Ross :-) Stripe is the most secure payment protocol out there, there is simply no way for us to have any access to the credit card info being stored there.
Is there another way to pay for the subscription? I'm not comfortable giving you my credit card info directly.
@photawe Hey - I'm not really sure of any other way to handle payments I'm afraid. :/ We're built on Stripe and fully compliant with payment security standards & protocol.
@heynaeem I don't argue with that, I'm just not comfortable with giving my card details to your site. What I mean, with so many site breaches these days (where lots of stuff can be stolen), if you were to use another provider, such as paypal or something similar, I would be more inclined to pay.
@photawe Yep, totally understand - we'll work on PayPal eventually, just hard with our resources to add that support in right now. As mentioned, our payment form uses Stripe which is Paypal's main alternative - but totally get what you mean
@heynaeem Haven't heard of Stripe before - will look into that, looks pretty strong :)
@photawe We use Stripe for a number of projects and its the best cc processor we've ever used.
@SacBookReviewer By looking at it, Stripe looks pretty awesome. My issue is this: I want to visually see that my credit card info is not stored anywhere on uselio. The way it's now, this is not clear to me. In other words, I would prefer to be redirected to the stripe site, so I would understand that my credit card info won't be stored on uselio.
@photawe websites don't get the credit card info from stripe. I don't think they can keep it at all unless they did something really hinky with the stripe API. I know on our sites we only get the last 4 digits of the cc number and a token to track the transactions. We use stripe on a couple of sites from use of the API to wordpress plugins and none of them give us access to the user card details.
@photawe Couldn't put it better than Ross :-) Stripe is the most secure payment protocol out there, there is simply no way for us to have any access to the credit card info being stored there.
This is cool! Bookmarked it now :D
@photawe Thanks, I'm glad to hear that 😃
@getinchat Awesome, look forward to it!
Do you plan to ever support "feedback by email"? By this, I mean - the user asks a question, and maybe I'm offline. I want to reply, but I want to make sure it will reach him (assuming he may otherwise return to my site too late)
@photawe We already in process of implementing such feature, will be ready next week. Will notify you on twitter. Thanks for feedback.
@getinchat Awesome, look forward to it!
How do I post something?
@shtefcs I may use the chrome extension at some point. Having said that, I am a bit weary of doing so - since so far, only you've posted stuff. It may be a good idea to allow posting from the website itself - at least until you get more traction. Just my thoughts...
@photawe Yeah, at the first it started as posting from web app itself, but then we wanted to put focus on chrome extension instead. Moonly is gonna be open source soon, lot of things to be done.
@shtefcs I see... Well, if it will be open source, not sure what advantage will a chrome extension bring over a web app...