September 24, 2019

Launch day!

Diego Durli @diegodurli

Hey guys!

After a few months of development, I'm pleased to announce that https://tinycasts.dev is live!

You'll find a first episode already published. It's showing the first application we're going to build in the first series.

Each series will have its own theme and may deal with a different subject like state management, working with API's, authentication, animations, etc. Hope you enjoy it!

Feel free to send any suggestions to [email protected] or just click on the "Contact" button at the top of the website.

See you guys on the other side!

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