Getting closer to launching an initial version of TuneSage. I obviously bit off more than I could chew in creating the front-end. It still lacks a ton of features I’d like, but it’s just taking too long to program. I should’ve started with something much simpler. Oh well, too late now, I’m almost done. Here’s what I have left to do:
- Delete track button
- Copy / cut / paste sections
- Melody / phrase options
- Edit key signature
- Ctrl+z undo
- Export MIDI file
- Finalize soundfont
- Finalize icons
- Use melody / phrase options sent from front-end
- More training / styles
- Create user / login
- Boilerplate terms of service
- Integrate user subscriptions (decide on a payment collector)
- Create a landing page
- Actually incorporate
I might just skip the front-end Ctrl+z stuff for now, because I’m not quite sure how to implement it efficiently and I’m afraid it might be too time consuming. Otherwise, I think I can finish the front-end stuff by the end of next week.
I’m not sure how long the back-end training will take, because it takes of a lot of tedious data formatting and trial and error.
And the final overall site stuff shouldn’t take long. I’ve never integrated a subscription service before, but I’m guessing most payment services make that pretty easy these days.
I’d love to launch before the end of the month. We’ll see how it goes!