How do you guys account for the fact that you have product in the field for over a decade that still works so well?
Don't you think that is unusual?
Good question, and no we don't think it is unusual BBeecher.
The key to this is the fact that the innermost details of how a browser works have not changed in some time.
In fact, those details are not likely to change anytime soon, for a variety of reasons.
Given that fact, then, you can see one of the reasons for eValid's long product lifetime:
it is build on very solid foundations.
As long as you are interested, here is a short outline of eValid product design principles:http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... iples.html
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