With the first four of many more distribution channels completed and ready for testing, the MVP for Rotor is now complete. The product is really shaping up as a publishing solution for individual business writers and very small teams. Especially Rotor's content distribution module has turned out even more powerful than originally envisioned by me and can hold its own compared to established competitors like StoryChief.
I'm really happy with the progress over the past two weeks. A couple annoying quirks with the editor have been worked out and the first iteration of the user dashboard was completed. Image uploads inside the editor - either by manual insert or image paste -work reliably as well. All in all I must say that NSwag and NSwag Studio have been a godsend for quickly iterating on the backend API and generating Angular Typescript Services from it.
An online publishing platform - no matter how small - without a capable editor sucks. Therefore I've spent the first phase of product development on the content editor. The result - based on a heavily customized version of Facebook's draft-js - turned quite to be capable without getting in the user's way. Keyboard power-users like myself will be pleased.