October 28, 2019

Finished MVP

lnenad

It was really cool getting here, learning all of the different stuff needed to keep this as available as possible, while trying to keep things simple and easy.

Vanilla JS is the way to golang! Just render the page from the server and avoid bloated long loading and slow websites that frustrate anyone trying to use your app with the network tab being overfilled with requests.

Hope this goes well!

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