Richard Blechinger
🇦🇹 Freelancer :: ✉️ business@pretzelhands.com :: 🌐 pretzelhands.com
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  • 📅 Jan '18
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I'd say it depends on the niche. From my experience .io is more associated with techy-techy products. Whereas .co is more of a generic domain.

Other people may have a different POV, tho

@marckohlbrugge may correct me if I'm wrong, but the entire thing is built by hand based on Ruby as programming language and Rails as a framework. There might be some other technologies going on, but that's the main thing.

Ah gotcha... was hoping that wouldn't be the case :)

Why? Are you looking to use this kinda software for something else?

Yes, for building a community I think it's awesome.

I'd suggest just trying it for yourself. It really depends on what your body tells you. For example if I sleep 6-7 hours I feel fine, if I sleep 8-10 hours I feel like absolute garbage with mind fog and all that. If I sleep ~12 hours it's totally fine.

So try and vary your sleep pattern over a few days and see what you like best!

I have the same issue. Sleeping 8-12 hours is terrible. I love to sleep only 5-6 hours a day, only my body doesn't accept it any more...

Personally I think it can look good when done well. The caveat being that many images with people in them can look very stock photo-ish. So if you have nice pictures that look natural (e.g. unsplash.com) that works!

Yeah someone has offered me Adobe pics. But my competitors use landscape pics so might just go with that ( it's hard to have cheesy person pics)

Personally I use Mailgun. They have free tier offering 10k emails per month and integrate with nearly everything :)

I run everything on one droplet. It's less overhead for me and also cheaper, since most of the stuff I host has very little resource requirements.

I would love for this to exist. Especially for idealess people like me :D

Yaa we're on the same boat 😂

I'm more of a movie addict & hyper-procrastinater

I'm usually a React user in my day job, but wanted to try out Vue to see if I like its approach. It ended up just feeling more.. disjointed(?) I guess. So really just a preference in approach to writing code. :)

Ah okay I see. ^_^

I'm currently rewriting dotcolors.co in React after building it with Vue. I can give you a headsup once I'm re-launching it. :D

Whats your reasons to switch from vue to react?

I'm usually a React user in my day job, but wanted to try out Vue to see if I like its approach. It ended up just feeling more.. disjointed(?) I guess. So really just a preference in approach to writing code. :)

Ah okay I see. ^_^