This particular setup also includes Alabaster color scheme which is minimal and nice (https://github.com/tonsky/sublime-scheme-alabaster).
I'm shutting down one of my projects called Routinie and opening its source code under the MIT license.
The backend is a Golang app which might be a nice example of a full-featured web app that contains several API methods, logging, instumenting, e-mail sender, session manager, and Stripe integration.
The frontend is a TypeScript SPA using Redux Toolkit (https://redux-toolkit.js.org).
I love Telescope and want it to be a really nice solution for publishing content, but I also get that it's super hard to sell/promote something like that. However, I have several paying customers and treat it a little bit like a sandbox — something I want to keep experimenting with.
And I promise I am not here to promote it :) Will mostly be writing about technical challenges and struggles of an (average) indie maker.
Just for some information:
I'm Alex, I live in Vienna, Austria, and next week I'm going to present my new Clojure project (open source!) that's gonna be built in public.
I'm also a creator of Telescope (https://telescope.ac) — a simple yet powerful publishing platform. This is my indie product, which has been years in the making (at a slow pace), and now going through a bunch of transformations/simplifications.
Indie maker, programmer, writer, runner, cook and food lover.
Live in Vienna, Austria.
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