Just to clarify, does this setup only permit users to add their custom domains that correspond to the name that is used in the subdomain?
Let’s say they created an account with your application and got this full domain:
Git is your friend here, not an enemy like the redundant amount of JS frameworks.
Use git to your advantage, it will save you time and a lot of headaches in the long run. Its not hipster tech, its a programmer’s swiss army knife
I think the reason why he mentioned LAMP is because you don’t need to know all the latest and coolest frameworks and libraries to make a successful and profitable web app.
He simply used old school PHP and MySQL running on a simple Linux server with Apache. No need for Angular, MongoDB, NodeJS or any of that good stuff for an MVP.
What did the initial MVP landing page consist of? Is it possible that you have the initial design/mock up somewhere around? Would love to see what the landing page had on it.
Edit: Never mind. Found it here https://blog.bufferapp.com/idea-to-paying-customers-in-7-weeks-how-we-did-it
Great write up! Followed!
This may be a stupid question, but what CSS framework do you use to create elements in your screenshots? A few elements look so much like Bootstrap, but then sometimes you have elements with the same design language but I know there are not available in Bootstrap.