Coding node in the Rockies @ 9000ft off the grid (sometimes). Worked with nodejs at 3 of companies listed here
Thanks! Yes, that feature is on our plan :)
Thanks for the vote!
We discussed a couple of voting/scoring mechanisms but we couldn't settle on one that didn't feel competitive. I think we might try to do a "likes" kinda thing later.
Thank you for the review and idea for dashboards and stats, definitely going to look into that.
Just curious two stars for Completeness because the app lacks better integration with Letterpress? :)
While I think image scraping is cool, this particular application (Letterpress) is kinda obscure. I would have liked to have seen a quick faq on the home page and maybe a quick example with an image for people that don't have the app. I know these things are small but even a link to Letterpress on the app store would improve users first impression dramatically.
I see. Somehow I've got impression that al the traffic to the entry would do thru this page, where we have video (where I show how it works) + step-by-step instructions what to do. And when I realized that entries page links directly to the app's page, it was to late to update the code.
Thank you for the clarification.
Thanks. Nko was an occasion for us to integrate swallow into a web based 'studio' project (since swallow itself essentially works on a developer's pc and is, in its current form, more geared towards developing components than web pages). We wanted some feedfback on this web based integration (GuloStudio).
The goal of the project is to let designers be self sufficient and be able to develop complete any web project (restaurant sites, online shops, etc) that is not fundamentally based on custom code.
Thanks again, and I wish I could be coding in the rockies too Hugo
ps. I'll probably be in whistler, for snowboarding, later this year
Now your making me jealous. Whister has to be one of the greatest places to go.
I really like the ambition of this project. I will continue to keep an eye on it. I have hacked on this problem a few times and work with many designers. My current feedback is while all the options are great it is probably overwhelming for a designer, especially when being introduced to the project. Try to find ways to minimize, simplify or at least hide to help ease the learning curve.
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Thanks (+ I know I really have to focus on what you say: ease of use, better user experience etc).
I'll keep hacking on this full time at least until christmas. After that I'll reavaluate things (i.e. make money again! :))
Your feedback will always be more than welcome!
Nathan - thanks for the feedback!
We actually wish we did more usability things. For example, we forgot to tell people they can do "!help" to get all the commands!
In terms of security, you're absolutely right. We want to add some settings to allow only people with certain passwords to access the debugger, that way you can feel comfortable using the debugger.
Another note is that you could deploy all of this on a local server and have it running that way, in case you didn't want to expose it to the world!