This is a story of two problems and two solutions. My first problem was a problem of my own creation. I read a lot of blog posts online, many of them so good that I save them for later, to re-read and share. I started with a simple page on
You know how sometimes you have an idea for a web app and you think it will take 3 days to complete and then you're sitting there 3 years later about to release it?
Are you curious about why Remake was created, what its mission is, and why its founder spends nights and weekends working on it? Read on! If you’re more interested in learning how to use the framework and what you can do with it, the Intro to Remake series is
Have you ever wondered: “What if clicking on a hyperlink could transport me — not just the screen in front of me — to a new location?”...
What if web apps weren't hard to build? What if web apps were so simple and easy to build, you wouldn't feel guilty about creating one from scratch and then throwing it away the next day?
If you've developed products before, you know there are two huge traps you can get stuck in because building web apps the traditional way is so damn hard...
List of the best no-code and low-code tools that will make your life easy. Includes web app builders, UI frameworks, workflow builders, and more.
Let me begin by saying I love Product Hunt. There's nothing else like it. Hacker News is too harsh. Reddit discourages self-promotion in 90% of its subreddits. Indie Hackers has too much self-promotion. In all this noise, Product Hunt is an oasis of pure, early-startup excitement about, well, products — and