Slack Lunch Club, Part 7/7: Conclusion
Please read Part 6 if you have not.
Congrats on making it this far! Hopefully you found this series useful. There are many simple “getting started with X” blog posts out there, and while useful, I would love to see more posts like this, that dissect a fully functional app from start to finish.
I had a lot of fun with this stack and creating this simple app. I hope that people actually use it to form new connections.
Share it with your slack teams!
I developed this app alone, ( generally not a good way to write software ) and I am sure there are bugs and problems in the implementation. I chose to open source it anyways to promote a discussion around what could be improved. If you have ideas or questions, please post them in the github issues. Also, if you want to help me further develop this application that would be great! I will be shifting focus to the peapods.com project, as I find that to be more important, but this project will be actively maintained indefinitely.
Feel free to reach out to me on twitter as well. I hope to make new connections to others that share my interest in these technologies and meet fellow indie hackers! :)
Also, don’t forget to signup for the peapods.com beta!
Until next time.