Yeah as TT_Mark pointed out. You need to be much more specific with your proposal than just saying lets make something and sell it.
My previous comment was useless so here is a little advice:
“I am a PHP programmer” doesn’t tell us much, echoing hello world is technically coding, though doesn’t do much towards creating something worth selling.
List the idea you have, not specifics, just show that you do in fact have an idea worth hearing (if that’s the case). Countless people want the same thing you do, regular posts of selling something and living off the fortune that’s guaranteed to ensue are floating around..
Yeah, basically. You would toss in a psd. or png mock or whatever, it may give you an option to highlight certain areas to make it easier on the program (like you would drag select a rectangle around the nav and click a “navigation” button so when the program does it’s thing, it already knows where to look for the nav).
And then examining the picture it’ll create all the divs, lists, css, images, filepaths, folders, etc.
There would be a bunch of settings to get the generated files in the format the user wants.
Like does the css go in the root or in it’s own file. Do you like to files locally? Just a bunch of stuff.
If there was a team dedicated to getting something like this up and running, I would certainly want to be apart of it.
Is it possible to examine a PSD like that? I assume you would *have* to define areas because surely the code to parse those kind of files would be under Adobe lock and key.
I actually managed a basic JQuery UI draw squares and generate HTML/CSS div layout from it. Nice and simple, but everything was absolutely positioned. Would need to be improved to read divs top left to bottom right
If you paired it with some kind of facial recognition software you might have something there. It’d probably need to be very heavily customized to look for specific things. Ultimately I doubt it’s worth the cost, but it would be pretty cool :)