SkaDate 9, the new version of the acclaimed SkaDate Dating Software was released less than a month ago, which means that once again we are getting a lot of requests to simplify the updating procedures.
Rather than repeating the same answer over and over in blog comments and private support correspondence, we decided to get one definite explanation about the issue, right from developers of the SkaDate dating script. Here’s what they had to say:
Frequent requests for simplification of the update procedure mean only one thing – not everyone fully understand what PHP software is, and how it works.
SkaDate software is written in PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor scripting language, which is open source, so anyone can modify it in any way. Most SkaDate customers do just that by hiring outsourced developers or introducing various modifications themselves. Consequently, numerous modified SkaDate versions on hands all differ from our original default version.