October 22, 2019

MVP Functionality is Done

Rasul Kireev @rasulkireev

Alright!!! Yesterday I have finally managed to complete the "ideal" back-end functionality for my app.

I want to say a huge thanks to the StackOverflow community for all the help and advice and especially Daniel Roseman. Daniel if you are seeing this, thank you very much!

The only thing I have left to do before I launch the app is the homepage design and the logo. I anticipate this will take up to a week and hopefully, I will launch a free version of my app into the world.

I plan for it to stay free until I build a second version of MVP and learn how to integrate Stripe into the signup process.

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