11 comments

  • Simon BrownSimon Brown, almost 5 years ago

    "We will no longer be actively developing the application." Oh.

    7 points
  • David BarkerDavid Barker, almost 5 years ago

    Nice! So many apps and services have been going free over the last few days.

    3 points
  • Daniel FoscoDaniel Fosco, almost 5 years ago

    I wonder if it's a direct response to Cactus going free this week.

    2 points
    • neil kinnishneil kinnish, almost 5 years ago

      No. But it is interesting to see they have also done the same.

      Recently a lot of similar tools have done this.

      1 point
  • Eric REric R, almost 5 years ago

    I bought this a while back. Solid app but it is really just for shopify liquid templates.

    1 point
    • Aryon HopkinsAryon Hopkins, almost 5 years ago

      I just started trying to use Mixture today and was confused by its focus on .liquid templates. Have you ever used it for static html projects?

      I'm trying to use it for a Foundation build but can't hand off .liquid files to the backend developer that I am working with.

      0 points
      • neil kinnishneil kinnish, almost 5 years ago

        Mixture lets you...

        Convert your project to static HTML files (Liquid gives you lots of power to structure your project and is much better than building with static HTML)

        But you can also...

        1. Use straight html files
        2. Use HAML
        3. It even lets you use it's features (simple mode) with another server and setup, such as mamp and wordpress.

        It's all in the docs and there are example boilerplates to get you up and running quickly with libraries like foundation.

        3 points
      • Odrija HeinrihsoneOdrija Heinrihsone, almost 5 years ago

        I've been using Mixture for quite some time now and I'm thankful for it on every project. The Liquid template and JSON models features are irreplaceable, and differentiates Mixture from, say, CodeKit – as far as I know. At the same time you don't have to use these features if you don't need them. I think it's definitely worth giving it a try, since it's free now.

        That said, it's very sad that the team behind Mixture won't be developing it further. I still hope that it won't just disappear like so many other good projects have…

        1 point
  • David Springate, almost 5 years ago

    Bought this app about a year ago and can honestly say it is a very useful tool, would recommend!

    1 point