55 Commits

55 Commits

Where has 55 commits got me so far?

  1. Coming Soon page

I built a coming soon page with the hopes of gaining a few subscribers to my mailing list. This was a single commit and is live on my website.

  1. The Editor

90% of my commits are work directly on the image editor. I'm nearly at the stage of MVP and can expect to be there within the next 20 commits or so. Users can add text and images, edit these items, drag and drop, organise the layers and more.

  1. A blog/ Changelog

2 or 3 of my commits are for a blog/ changelog page although I'll admit it's not very good and I'll be starting this again.

// To Do

  • [Bug] Very large images do not render that well. This needs to be improved so users can create large graphics.

  • Rewrite some functions as they could be optimised further.

  • Optimize code: Minify, concatenate and obfuscate(the editor is all client side) code.

  • Add Undo and Redo functionality

  1. 1

    sounds pretty good! :)
    what's the difference to something like canva.com?

    1. 1

      Thanks for commenting :-)

      Currently, there isn't much difference and admittedly Canva has way more features as expected as it's been going for years.

      Looking at Canva it seems to be more typically oriented towards the general public.

      I hope to have a mix where I provide functionality for both the general public and developers/ marketers.

      I have a few ideas set aside for it to become what I want but of course 55 commits hasn't got me to far into any of these ideas yet.

      More to come soon though :-)

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