Hey guys, I’m doing some research on Wordpress in general and I was wondering how complex can Wordpress get. I don’t have a general meaning of complexity in this sense, it could be the most complex...
Looking for SaaS that doesn't accept credit card/debit card/paypal payments- only wire transfers/ACH.
Is there any Web-based SaaS product you use for your day job or personal work, at least 4 hours per day? Is it forced (you're mandated to) or value-based (it's crucial for the problems that you're...
It's hard to imagine the world without software—without video calls and instant messages and spellcheck and all the tiny bits of software we rely on without thinking. What software changed your li...
Any ideas on if / how it might be possible to push an invitation for a survey to smartphones based on location. E.g. rail user enters railway station, and they see a pop up on their phone inviting...
I'm curious to hear what folks here are using to capture daily thoughts, links and other small notes that you want to keep track off. I tried a bunch of tools: 1. Notion was my first attempt and ...
When I used to work at a large company I remember my work being spread across GitHub, Google Drive, Slack, Datadog, Figma and Dropbox, in that order. I pay close attention to my workflows and I not...
The CMS for your blog or website is likely self-hosted—unless you're using a service like Ghost's hosting or a website builder tool like Squarespace. That's often supplemented with hosted services...
Here's a breakdown of apps I'm using to build a SaaS: Heroku as I'm not a DevOps, and I don't know anything about Docker. Heroku is good with all the add-on they offered (and locked you in?) Twi...
Thanks for the tip in the writing apps discussion @aredridel!
I just discovered GitHub Actions' debugging tooltips that decipher Cron job times, which look incredibly handy. What cool features have you found in GitHub Actions, and what have you built with the...
Would like to change a repository name from GitHub.com's website.
I'd like to add files to my GitHub repository from the browser. Can you do that?
I'd like to switch my GitHub username, but can't find the option.
Can you do everything in GitHub's Mac and Windows apps that you can from terminal?
I've got a simple website explaining my project in GitHub Pages; is there a way to put my own .com on it?
Trying to clean up my GitHub repository from GitHub's website; is there a way to remove unneeded files and folders?
Need to get my changes added, and only have access to GitHub.com. How can I merge changes in GitHub's website?
I've made a new branch on my GitHub repository, and decided I didn't need the changes. Where can you delete the branch online?
I need to download a folder from a GitHub repository. How can I do that without using Git?
I want to remove an older GitHub repository from my profile, but can't find where to do that from GitHub's website.
GitHub pages is good, but requires the repo to be public. Is there an easy/cheap way to do this with a private repo?
What new features would you like to see in GitHub to help manage your code, collaborate with your team, and plan projects around issues and feature requests?
That is, why would you pick GitHub versus a self-hosted git workflow, Bitbucket, or Gitlab?
Anything that makes your development and collaboration workflow worse?
Our team uses both Jira and GitHub issues, but that's a bit confusing. What have you settled on for issues?
Before your team used GitHub, what was your software collaboration system and how difficult was it to migrate to GitHub—especially if you were using Mercurial?
I find the desktop app much easier to get started, but harder to resolve issues. You?
Private repositories in the free plan are one major change—anything else you've noticed?
Seems the primary difference is the uptime guarantee; is there anything else major that the Enterprise plan offers?
Do you pay all at once, or pay with their annual discount each month?
GitHub free private repositories are a bit limited—especially with only 3 collaborators—but curious how many people found the free plan enough for their needs with that one change.
If you've used both and switched—what made GitHub or Bitbucket better?
I'm interested both in tools you use, and your actual workflow.