deployment flexibility ref: trial EE

asked 2016-09-20 23:13:37 +0800

BenYAH gravatar image BenYAH


I really appreciate the reviews I have read about ZK. I introduced to a client, and the client wants their application created in ZK.

My question is about the 60 day trial of EE. To develop and deploy a commercial web app, I would need to purchase the $1800 annual license.

Q. If the 60 days proves to be too short of a trial period due to a learning curve, has anyone experienced HOW ZK Corporate would respond to a request for an extension IF the 60 days proves to be too short to conclude a purchase decision?

It would be a disaster to begin development for a client, just to discover that not enough could be developed with the time constraints, thus requiring a dumping of the entire project.

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answered 2016-09-21 04:56:42 +0800

Darksu gravatar image Darksu
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Hello BenYAH,

I would send a email to ZK, and i am sure they will provide the best solution for you.

Best Regards,


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answered 2016-09-26 21:43:28 +0800

BenYAH gravatar image BenYAH

ok, thank you.

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answered 2016-09-28 09:02:24 +0800

BenYAH gravatar image BenYAH

As a follow-up, should anyone venture down the same path?

Yes, Potix Corporation may possibly review your request and reply.

I communicated with them and they responded to my inquiry.

Glancing over many of the SMALL TALKS articles, I am discovering many ARTICLES that have an incredible sharing of knowledge.

I would strongly suggest a thorough review and understanding of the benefits with reasons for the choice of ANY framework prior to introducing, announcing or presenting or INQUIRY in regards to commercial builds and distributions.

Has anyone completed such a comparison?

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