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I like to keep each of my customers on a different database, and I didn't find any existing solution that used .NET Core as the back end and VueJS as the front end.

December 5, 2020 +130 integration tests and first blog post

NetcoreSaas v1.3.0 update highlights:

-130 Integration and 7 Unit Tests
-Clean Architecture
-.NET 5
-TailwindCSS 2.0
--Impersonate users
--Update user password as admin


I've posted my first blog post and it's the simplest blog post in the world. I have to get better at copywriting:

Twitter post:

November 23, 2020 +100 Integration tests & Clean Architecture layers

This week before releasing v1.3.0 I'll be adding more integration tests regarding Subscriptions, as it is the most requested feature.

We've been asked if we could implement Paddle (besides Stripe), and we wanted to implement it but we haven't had the time, as this is a side project.

We also divided the single project into:


We're thinking v1.3.0 will be ready this sunday.

September 22, 2020 1 month after launch

Commercial product:
12 page views
4.5k from Google Ads - 37%
792 from Product Hunt - 6.6%
409 from Google - 6.6%

India - 59%
Mexico - 14%
USA - 3%

Free frontend
4.2k page views
335 from madewithvuejs- 7.9%
317 from IndieHackers - 7.5%
314 from GitHub - 7.4%

USA - 22%
India - 9%
Germany - 5%

September 17, 2020 Created the first product demo video

Using Synthesia, a product I saw today on Product Hunt, I was able to create a video demonstrating the core features of the product.

It was so smooth I edited with Camtasia in less than a day.

Now visitors can see the video on the landing page to see how it works :)

September 5, 2020 Open sourced the frontend

I've been getting a lot of great feedback, but not many sales.

So I figured I should give back to the community first, not the other way around.

The frontend features are listed on the GitHub repository:

August 27, 2020 Added dynamic pricing page

Today I tweeted about the new pricing component I'm building.

Also I'm thinking about making the frontend open source since I'm not getting many customers (as we all expect ¯\(ツ)/¯), maybe I'll give it a week or two and see how it's doing.

By "price configuration is stripe-ready" I mean that I'm using custom models following the ones that use stripe for Product to many Prices.


August 24, 2020 Launched early access

After 10 days of announcing the pre-launch and 24 days of coding, I finally finished a product in years.

Stats - Landing page (

-Google Ads: 255,118 impressions, 2,034 clicks
-Google Analytics: 1.3k users, 1.5k sessions, 90% bounce
-SimpleAnalytics: 1.9k
-Fathom: 1.3k uniques, 1.7k views, 40 sec avg on site
-Plausible: 1.4k uniques, 1.9k total page views, 91% mobile

Stats - Demo App (

-Google Analytics: 38 users, 109 sessions, 32% bounce
-SimpleAnalytics: 342
-Fathom: 41 uniques, 1.2k views, 1.32 min avg on site
-Plausible: 35 uniques, 265 total page views, 42% laptop, 39% mobile

I uploaded the product to:
-reddit (ad)

I launched today with a 48 hour -50% deal.

August 19, 2020 Implemented Ghost RSS Feed

Since the product is for SaaS projects, most of the time you need a blog. I developed a VueJS Component to connect your existing Ghost blog.

I posted the first tweet @netcoresaas announcing the implementation:

August 14, 2020 Prelaunched

Today I'm prelaunching, this are the steps that I'm taking:

  1. Tell all my dev friend.s
  2. Setup a twitter account.
  3. Build a landing page to get sign ups).
  4. Post on indiehackers as "Landing page Feedback"
  5. Post the first tweet announcing the prelaunch.


I like to keep each of my customers on a different database, and I didn't find any existing solution that used .NET Core as the back end and VueJS as the front end.