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Aaron Molinsky

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Jul 30, 2014, 7:51:18 AM7/30/14
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I've seen that SmartSprites is in alpha stadiun. Can it still safely be used for production in an enterprise application/website?

Chris Domigam

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Aug 4, 2014, 3:41:24 AM8/4/14
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I use it on a large production system. Absolutely ready for enterprise use. 

Chris 

On 30/07/2014, at 11:51 pm, Aaron Molinsky <xva...@googlemail.com> wrote:

I've seen that SmartSprites is in alpha stadiun. Can it still safely be used for production in an enterprise application/website?

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Stanislaw Osinski

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Aug 4, 2014, 3:45:08 AM8/4/14
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Hi Aaron,

Several people use SmartSprites for production projects, so you can probably give it a try. The risk is limited to some extent because SmartSprites is a static tool, so all bugs should be possible to catch during development and QA of your application.

One downside is that I currently don't have much time to actively develop SmartSprites, so you may need to rely on GitHub forks or do some coding yourself to get new features.

Stanislaw

Aaron Molinsky

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Aug 4, 2014, 8:44:10 AM8/4/14
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Thanks a lot for your replies. I think we'll put SmartSprites through a small evaluation and see if it fits our needs.
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