As a third project, we bought Snip.ly.
Sniply adds your custom call-to-action to any page on the web, allowing you to engage your followers through every link you share.
For example, you can attach a button to the page that links to your own website, so that people can discover you while they read.
Our first project became DeployBot.com, which we acquired from WildBit.
With DeployBot you can instantly build and ship code anywhere in one consistent process for your entire team. DeployBot makes deployment simpler, faster and easier without the added complexity of a full Continuous Integration system. It creates a straightforward and consistent process for the entire team to deploy code anywhere there’s an integration or open interface protocol.
DeployBot saves time by executing the necessary preset scripts and commands, like when you’re minifying code, updating assets on a CDN, or installing dependencies. Keep everyone in the loop with DeployBot. On every deployment, it sends a notification over your favorite messenger, including Slack. Plus you’ll never need to manually track changes again. So if you do have a problematic release, you can quickly roll it back.
DeployBot works in combination with GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, or any other Git repository. It’s also compatible with Amazon’s AWS, DigitalOcean, heroku, Shopify, and others (cloud providers like Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure coming soon).
We created SaaS.group, because we noticed there are many indie developers who at some point want someone else to take their "baby" to the next level and let them work on something else. That's where we come in!