A startup record label, Youthful Chaos
, came to us a few weeks ago saying they were releasing the debut album for Bombazine Black
called "Here Their Dreams
." With traditional site development tools, that would be a really tight time line, but as you can see from the links above, it's already live -- nearly a week ahead of schedule and Youthful Chaos is taking orders now. The site includes PayPal integration and secure file download, management interfaces, content management and of course the flexibility to add a community, comments, ratings, and more albums in the future.
Beating tight time lines like this to build such a rich application is reason enough to love Qrimp, but that's not the reason I want to talk about today.
Instead of going to another machine or browser to test changes, the changes are made using the very browser showing the compatibility problems. As soon as the test is made, refreshing the buggy page is all that is required to test it. There's no compiling and no need to redeploy.Not only does Qrimp reduce the time it takes to get a web application up and running, but it also reduces the amount of time it takes to fix problems that arise later.
That's just another reason I love Qrimp. I also love Here Their Dreams, you can buy it on the Youthful Chaos site
. The album is $9.99 and you can download the MP3's immediately.