I've been using Construct Classic for the better part of a year and I'm considering upgrading to Construct 2 but I have some questions that weren't covered in the FAQ.
I notice that if you earn over $5,000 from Construct projects you need to upgrade to a business license. It seems the only way Scirra would be able to enforce that is if you publish through them. Are we locked into publishing through the arcade or could we put our apps in the Google Play store?
When you export do you get source code to build from, binary files, or does it work like Construct Classic's desktop publishing where it bundles it with an interpreter? In other words, if I needed features that Construct didn't support would I be able to export, load the resulting files in Eclipse, and add them in there?
How much control does the user have over the exported files? Let's say I get started on a project, I decide I want to decouple it from Construct (maybe collaborating with someone who doesn't have it and doesn't plan on getting it or get a nice framework built up and then do the rest through Eclipse), so I export it for Android. Is it pretty much tied to Construct from start to finish? And who do the exported files belong to? Does Scirra still claim rights to them?