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FAQ about Templates
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A template is built with single use case in mind. A template is simply a collection of components, layouts, text strings, and user flow defined for the specific use case. A grocery marketplace might be different from a fashion marketplace. However, the 80% of the underlying architecture is the same. We remove the unwanted components and add the relevant components inside the template. Hence, it’s easy for you to use it.
Register for a free account if you have not registered yet. And Then you need to click the `duplicate` or `Apply button to get the template under your app.
For existing users: As of now, you can use APPLY template. APPLY template will only change the template and not update
You will not be able to use the hosted templates for code level changes. However, you can use our [open source GitHub repositories](https://github.com/TRADLY-PLATFORM)
Yes, you can create your own template. You can create your own template by forking Open source starter kits and use the components to build templates. Or You create your own from scratch on any front end frameworks you like using [Tradly SDK](https://www.npmjs.com/package/tradly). You can contribute to our open source or sell as a paid template itself in Tradly marketplace.tradly.app.
Yes, You can get the code customised through us or from the Partner Development agencies we can suggest. Remember everything that takes additional customisation, is charged. Through our experience, we like to recommend both parties agreed on anything before the sale happens through a example UI to make sure both party aligned
If you have purchased the one-time codebase, you will receive the codebase in a Zip file. It is suggested that you hire a freelance developer to customise the code you purchased from the marketplace, or that you have an internal development team for the front end customisation.
The paid app templates are meant to be affordable. Also, give people the option of owning the front end code and customising it to their specifications. We don't charge a hefty 5K or 10K or 25K or 100K. The prices are meant to support everyone in the world. However, if you still think this is costly to you, let's have a chat.
Do check this [integration page](/integrations?category_id=5789) for up to date informations.