Code Track is an application that gives developers and companies an insight into the extent to which their themes, plug-ins or scripts are used online and on which domains, in order to prevent illegal usage of their code and provide them with useful analytics.
Beta registration will last until the end of October, and the application and its basic functionality will be available to everyone.
Open beta version is available until October 31,2016.
Members of our Creative Brackets team aim to make Code Track the #1 system for identifying and tracking illegal copies of themes, plug-ins, scripts, as well as analyzing and monitoring the use of a particular code.
We know that around 40% of global software, worth over 50 billion dollars, is illegally downloaded from the Internet. While most don’t consider piracy a bad thing, it is necessary to think about the effect it has on development of both large and small companies, as well as the number of potential work places that a company has been denied because of profit loss due to piracy. This is something that we definitely want to change.
Code Track is a project that was started in 2015, and it announces a lot of improvement soon after the beta version. In addition to tracking the domain where your code is used, Code Track also provides you with the analytics of code usage – a useful tool if you want to find out how often is your code used in a day, on which pages, domains, in which countries, etc.
This platform was developed in php under multi-server architecture. Web service communicates with other servers via REST protocol that allows easy implementation and communication between technologies, as well as one of the most important aspects of the Internet, and that is security.
We are planning the release of both iOS and Android apps by the end of the year.
We invite you to participate
Although we are just at the beginning, a lot of companies and developers have contacted us wanting to participate in the making of the tools they will be using, as well as contributing with their ideas, in order to increase the number of improvements that will later on be added to the Code Track.
Startups, Wordpress, Code Track
We want to thank everyone that wants to join and share their opinions with us, or contribute to the project in any other way.