Awesome! Have used all the tools you mentioned and like them all, but we currently have no overlap with you!
if you don't change your settings they will build each time you push your code on GitHub regardless of your branch.
Interesting. Do you have to change this setting for every branch you create, or can you change the default?
For me, software review sites have never been particularly helpful. So, the places I've found most useful for getting honest, detailed thoughts are:
Haha I love this question. I want to be the giflord too! I typically use Giphy if looking for something specific, and occasionally see what's going on at /r/gifs, which sometimes has some gems. Curious to see if anyone has other ideas.
Strangely enough, I find email clients to be one of my favorite places for writing. I think my brain has long been programmed around the idea that a word processor has some amount of formality to it, and that can sometimes make it hard to get words flowing on to the page.
Whereas, with email my brain has been programmed around just cranking things out fast. So, I find that writing in my email client sometimes helps get things flowing.
Does anyone else do this?
@itsjackcohen can you clarify a bit more about your use-case? I know of several options, but it kinda depends what you're trying to accomplish.
A pricing page that only says “Call Us!” isn’t exactly a pricing page, is it?
Almost every day I come across tweets and comments from people who are frustrated with this strategy from software vendors.
Some people simply refuse to sit through…
@flabernardez can you elaborate on this question a bit? I'm not sure I follow exactly what you're getting at.
I really like Webflow, though for most landing page/marketing page projects it's probably overkill in terms of functionality, complexity, and price.
If you're looking to manage lots of landing pages simultaneously, and testing/duplicating across them, I think a tool like Unbounce is probably what you're looking for. Haven't used it, but if anyone has I'd love to hear their thoughts.
I've been using Paste for about a year and really like it. For the use-case you're describing, they have keyboard shortcuts that easily let you paste from your last several clipboards. They also store your clipboard in perpetuity, which has come in handy for me before.
Last week there was a trend on Twitter where people offer one prediction/hot take for each Like their tweet gets. Since we come across so many interesting nuggets on SaaS pricing, I decided to try it out:
The response blew me away -- according…
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