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SkyVerge creates a number of extensions that were crucial to setting up a recent WooCommerce shopping cart. When we ran into an issue with out cart, Justin was able to create some custom code for us and was always extremely responsive and helpful. It’s not very often that I’m inspired to offer up a testimonial, but I was very impressed with his level of service and knowledge.
-Ty Hammes, Gavea Designs, Boulder, CO
Ha! This process has renewed my faith in solid developers willing to patiently work through the bugs with their customers (especially since I’m sure some of this was a pain in the butt)…I am thrilled to pieces with the service received. :)
-Amber Cockwill, Creative Collaborations
It’s rare to have capable developers who take pride in their work. I needed some custom coding to get my Gravity Forms fields exported to XML from WooCommerce and Max delivered. We are going live and I would have been lost in the PHP sea for nights to come if I hadn’t chosen SkyVerge.
-Peter Higbee, South Island, New Zealand
You guys rock, probably the best support I’ve had with a plugin!
– Barry, Braaishop.com
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