November 27, 2019

Launching my first web side project

Dan Willoughby @plainice

Today I'm officially launching Pushback https://pushback.io. It has mainly served as a way for me to learn web development and explore new mobile tech.

I was inspired by IH to work on it just enough to get it to this point to where I am happy with it. Its amazing how much more you can learn by polishing a project. I've done tutorials before, but I never seem to walk away with the same knowledge as when I make something myself.

The tool is targeted toward developers, but I'd love feedback from anyone, thanks!

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