This is my very first post on IH. I've been silently following this community for a while now and I am thankful for all the insights and experiences you have shared with others, such as myself.
My name is Michał Karnicki and I wanted to share what I've spent the last 6 months on, days and nights, and most of my savings. I'm equally excited and nervous to share it with you all :)!
https://www.stackdraft.io is a fully bootstrapped project.
The longer version of this story is actually available on the Pricing page, so I'll keep it short and sweet. Stackdraft allows you to create AND present 3D cloud architecture diagrams. You're not fixed to a single cloud provider or the isometric projection. It currently support AWS, GCP and DigitalOcean icon sets, but I have plans for more fancy 3D models as well, besides what is already available. Inspired by both the good sides and limitations of other diagramming solutions, I decided to try create my own. And that's how Stackdraft was born.
Stackdraft is in Beta, that's why there's an Early Adopters plan on the pricing page. I'm hoping to get some initial users seriously interested in the project as a tool for their work, close registration (so I'm not overwhelmed - haha I wish, eh ;)?), and use the feedback from them to polish the tool. If you're interested in cloud architectures, please help me shape the future of Stackdraft and consider subscribing - there's 14 day trial, 30 day money back guarantee, and it currently costs a BigMac set per month :).
There is a famous quote by Reid Hoffman, the founder of LinkedIn: If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you've launched too late.
So here I am! More than happy to answer your questions :). Thank you for checking out Stackdraft!
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PS I would connect my own product, but I don't have 3 updates yet - I literally just launched on Product Hunt :)
EDIT: There's a stackdraft presentation video at the bottom of the website, check it out :)
EDIT2: All right folks, the waters are steady, looks like I might get some sleep now :). If there's any more questions, I'll answer them tomorrow. Thanks!