|Mar 22, 2009, 05:25 PM||#1|
How to make an app 'expire' after x days of use
I'm new to the Mac Cocoa/Objective-C world and am trying to find a framework that would allow me to release a shareware/demo version of my software and have it expire after 30 days. Once expired, the user would need to enter a product registration code to unlock the software.
Is there an existing Cocoa framework (or some other framework) that is generally used, or do most people write them from scratch.
I don't need the full blown registration system like AquaticPrime, I simply need a way to have my software stop working.
|Mar 22, 2009, 05:54 PM||#2|
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