Cryptocurrency is one of the hottest and fastest growing markets out there. Trillions of dollars are being made by thousands of people who jumped onto this trend early. Mining cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, and more is now a huge business.
With this many people investing in it and making money from it daily — I wanted to dip my toes into it also. …
Today PLEX announced the opening of their free Movie and TV streaming library to the public (well you need to sign-up for a free account) and the first question that popped into my head was “where can I find a list of all the free movies and TV shows available on PLEX?” before signing up.
I searched Google. Nope.
I took a quick look around PLEX before signing up. Nada.
Checked good old Twitter. Nothing.
So I decided to take one for the team and sign up for an account just so I could share the list off free movies…
I was working on updating my personal website to show various projects I’ve built over the years and needed a simple way to manage this one section. I knew I could use plain HTML but when I realized I’ve launched 50+ projects, that seemed like it would be a nightmare to maintain.
My next thought was setting up a MySQL database and updating the data via phpMyAdmin. I started building the database but realized this was a huge overkill especially since this data would rarely change.
In January, maker Igor Stumberger launched his latest make Hey Meta with a simple post over at Designer News and since then has been upvoted over 1,200 times at Product Hunt and surpassed one of his first milestones of over 10,000 visitors to the website.
Igor was nice enough to take some time out of his busy schedule to give us a little more in-depth look at how the make process behind Hey Meta went and how it progressed from idea to launch to today.
Hey Meta is a tool that lets you check how your website will look like…
A pain point a lot of social media users have is how social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook only allow for a single website URL in your profile.
After a very busy launch week where Linkkle shot up to the #3 product on Product Hunt and had an article written about it on TechCrunch, Paul was able to step away from coding and give us some insights on his make process for Linkkle.
Most of us use social media in our daily lives, we all have multiple profiles and share…
Makers Hans Pagel and Philipp Kühn looked for an easier way to generate professional looking screenshots for their websites but couldn’t find anything that met their needs. So the two decided to design their own and launched Screenpeek, a service that not only captures a screenshot of a website but also displays it in various device mockups.
I was able to grab a few minutes from Hans to give us a look at how the whole make process for Screenpeek went.
✂️ paste url 😍 create mockup
I was looking for a tool to generate screenshots from websites I made…
In less than 30 days since launch, OneMonthSkill has seen over 3,000 people sign up for its courses surpassing D’Andre’s pre-launch milestone of 100 subscribers.
Even with their first course going live in a couple of weeks D’Andre was able to take some time to give us a behind the scenes look at the idea to launch process for OneMonthSkill.
One Month Skill is a daily email that sends readers the best resources found online to help…
This “Behind the Make” feature was a little challenging to write since it’s about a personal make of mine, Where to Buy Crypto.
If you thought interviewing other makers was challenging, try interviewing yourself about one of your own projects. Wow!
Hopefully I did my make justice in this interview.
The goal of WhereToBuyCrypto.co is to make it easier for cryptocurrency investors to sift through the hundreds of coins and tokens and find exactly where they can invest in a specific currency.
As a newbie to the cryptocurrency industry I was overwhelmed with both the number of currencies but also…
We want to thank Rik for finding time in his schedule to give us an inside look at his make process for FilePond.
One feature macOS has always lacked for me was an easy to use window management application.
Being a developer with a dual display setup, the ability to quickly manipulate and move application windows across one or multiple displays is a must.
Over the years I tried various solutions for try and solve this pain point but just never could find one that actually worked into my workflow.
Enter VEEER by maker Julian Praest.
I came across VEEER on Product Hunt last month and after reading that it was Julian’s “very first attempt at creating an macOS app” I knew I…