This one took over double the time of my last one, 13.75 hours from research to deploying live. That said it is also double the length :smirk: I did this spanning across 8 days, 6 of those days I was actively working on it. This was my 8th video, it's getting easier, I'm getting faster at it, but it's still a MASSIVE amount of work that I would love to better streamline:
Learning how to get faster at producing screencast videos (not easy!). This last screencast was completed in 6 hours from concept to a live blog post. How to submit a Webflow form to the CMS with a login system: https://nocodequest.com/commenting-system-with-authentication/
Working towards faster turn around times with my screencast. I think I did much better this time. I was able to go from concept to completed (and posted) screencast in under 1 week. Yay!
Focusing on a speedy turn around time for common issues in the community. This was a success in regards to that goal. I've had to painfully track in detail the time I'm spending creating these videos so I can understand where to optimize my turn around times. First attempt:
Learned that creating screencasts is hard. It's like an iceberg. 90% of the work is unseen (underwater) while only 10% is seen (the final result).
I need to get faster and more efficient at this.
Was getting questions about how to add unique member dashboards in Webflow using MemberStack (NoCode). Dug into it, figured it out, and recorded a step-by-step screencast demonstrating how:
Finished my second video screencast.
What's the idea behind this?
I've been engineering software for awhile and am digging into the resurgence of the "No Code" space -- wanting to discover if this is the next layer of abstraction for software development.
NoCodeQuest are video screencasts with my learnings through this journey.
I've been engineering software for awhile now and am digging into the "No Code" space to discover if this is the next layer of abstraction in software development.
NoCodeQuest are video screencasts of that journey.