In the past few months, I've also been planning and implementing a strategy for a custom back-end for my company and game projects. For starters, my needs will be fairly simple, just remote basic high score management for a few upcoming games. But I also need it to scale and be able to work with different programming languages. Since making the switch to Godot, being accessible not only via Delphi became a priority. Now the back end is accessible via a simple REST-based API.
I finally took
I'm now using Invision Community (IPS) to power the website. Some features include:
Question & Answer
Clubs & Social Groups
Monetization & eCommerce
These great features and more, will allow for robust website management and user experience while scaling for future growth.
Over the past few months, I've been working behind the scenes. A few things that I've accomplished include:
Formed an LLC for my company tinyBigGAMES LLC
Purchased a certificate to code sign all of my executables
Switched from cPanel to Plesk hosting software
Upgraded to a nice and affordable dedicated server
Switched to new software to manage the website
Switched to Godot Engine for my game development projects (tinyBigGAMES is a Patreon)