when i share a proto on your servers, who has access to this data and what kind of
policy do you have on this? I don't want some Infragistic employee to see our work or prototype app ideas
and maybe steal them for there own development?
It makes me uncomfortable to only share my interactive design at your servers..
An export to HTML to host it on our own servers would be a very pleasant feature that i really mis in the product!
For the rest, great and very promising product!
Best regards, Halil.
As Product Manager for Indigo, let me try to explain a bit.
1 - If you put a password on your prototype, yes, someone would have to have that password or hack it some other way to see it. The reason we offered the link to the legal mumbo jumbo is to show you that it is our policy to not look at your protected prototypes unless you ask us to.
2 - You can get a sense of high level things that are on our radar by visiting our UserVoice site. You can vote on ideas there to let us know what is important to you, or submit your own ideas--and others can vote on yours, too. We have plans, of course, but we will be shaping them around the feedback that we get.
Please know that internal sharing is something we know is important. If you have any thoughts on specific ways of doing it that you would prefer, feel free to let us know!
Zsolt, I'll join Andrés in saying thanks for your kind words. We really did want to do something different with Indigo, something people could actually like using to do their work.
Just so you know, I outlined our high-level plans in regards to pricing yesterday. I can't provide specifics on pricing plans as of now, but know that you can always keep Version 1 and its updates for free if you so choose.
Will keep your feedback in mind. Thanks, again.
I really appreciate your news about pricing plans. It is great to hear that the first version will be free forever and there will be subscriptions too. Me as an individual if I have enough money I will pay for subscirption to create my own business with your software. I think it is the best tool to do it. But it is too off now. Let's gp back to the topic :)
Let me 2nd the vote (need) for publishing to our internal servers -- not just Infragistics web servers. This is a major concern for an paranoid company that doesnt' want to share private, in progress work outside of the company 'walls'.
I'll post http://indigostudio.uservoice.com here too... but wanted to convey that we definitely need a way to host prototypes internally. Publishing even mockup ideas out in cyberspace is a show stopper.
Love Indigo's features... except for this one requirement to publish only to Infragistics web servers. No bueno! :)
A lot has been going on since you wrote. I'm glad to tell you that our current version supports exporting your prototypes to HTML. Here you can find more information about this feature. We also have Indigo On-prem. In this link you can find more information about our on-prem solution.
Once again, thank you for helping us make Indigo better. If you have any questions or more feedback about the product, we'd love to get your thoughts.
Best regards,ClaudiaIndigo Studio Team