Developer-first products awesome list

I created an awesome list (aggregated links) for developer-first products.


Here's my definition:

  • Developers are the target audience.
  • "Headless", "API-first", "SaaS" are frequently used keywords.
  • Usually, this means that the front page has some code examples.
  • Products - tools/services that people pay for.

I felt like there is no place that aggregates all of these kinds of products so we can easily outsource and find solutions to our dev needs.

I hope this helps folks :)

  1. 3

    Nice! I will open a PR for pirsch.io :)

  2. 2

    Thanks for the list, i discovered some usefull tools

    1. 1

      Happy to help! you can watch the repo for new tools added :)

  3. 2

    Nice list! I have a developer first product for the media category :-)


    1. 1

      Looks great, you can open a PR :)

  4. 1

    Thanks for this. I've sent a PR for https://zylitics.io/ in 'Testing' category.

  5. 1

    Page2API - A Powerful and Delightful Web Scraping API.

  6. 1

    Awesome list! Thanks!

    1. 1

      I appreciate it!

  7. 1

    Great list! Created a new PR for my saas APITemplate.io and CraftMyPDF

    1. 2

      Thanks man! I replied to the PR with suggestions :)

  8. 1

    Interesting list. I was thinking of putting together a list of starter tools. Like quick start check list for getting started, for the dev side of things anyway.

    1. 1

      That sounds great! ping me when you create it: https://twitter.com/agammore

  9. 1

    This is a great list, thank you for sharing!

  10. 1

    Great list! I'd like to open a PR for our Secretary of State API but I'm not quite sure where it would fit. Have a preference before I just create a new category?


    1. 1

      Thanks! generally if you can find at least 2 more products in the same category we can open a new category.
      This is one of those products where it is hard to decide to include or not, I'm leaning towards not including, I'll explain. It seems more relevant for an "api awesome list" (this maybe?), the reason being that developers aren't necessarily the customers for the product (they implement it, yes, but aren't using it themselves). I'm also thinking of trying to make it as global as possible and not country specific.

      I'm open for a discussion though :)

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        No, good call. You're spot on. My tool wouldn't be something that would help developers.

        I've closed my PR.

        1. 1

          Thanks for understanding, I wish you best of luck with your product, it seems great!

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    1. 1

      Why do you say so? there are mainly APIs and products there you can use with whatever language you want :)

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