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Seems a nice work! GLWS guys! ;)

Good luck with selling! :)

Do you provide us with the code to make our own Chrome Extension and point it to our installation?

Well the code of the Chrome Extension is not in the script folder… but if you buy the item and give me your email i will send you the source code of the Chrome Extension. :)

I like your app. I have question.

1. Do you have a plan for paid plan with payment? For example, small team, large team and so on. I want to use this for service like 1password.

Hi Heeya,

happy that you appeciate my app. Well the idea of PasswordBag was born from the neccessity of me and my team to have a common and easy way to store the passwords in a organized way. It’s a really good idea to make a service! At the moment is not planed to add this kind of possibility… but it is not that hard to implement this kind of feature, cause the app is based on Laravel and VueJs, so there are a lot of libraries that can make the task really straightforward to do.

Congratulations! Good luck with your sales =D

Thanks :)

gdudev

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Hey gdudev, I thinck that i have the solution to this issue for you! :-) This mainly occured probably cause when i write the documentation and tested the app, i was already pointing the virtual host in the public laravel folder. So try to do the following, add “public” between “path-to-passwordbag/” and ”/install”. So the final URL that you have to type for install correctly PasswordBag is “path-to-passwordbag/public/install”. Try and let me know! :-) Best Regards.

gdudev

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Hey gdudev, I thinck that i have the solution to this issue for you! :-) This mainly occured probably cause when i write the documentation and tested the app, i was already pointing the virtual host in the public laravel folder. So try to do the following, add “public” between “path-to-passwordbag/” and ”/install”. So the final URL that you have to type for install correctly PasswordBag is “path-to-passwordbag/public/install”. Try and let me know! :-) Best Regards.

gdudev

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