Kapwing is a series of Web apps that you can use from your desktop or mobile device by simply uploading or posting a link to a video clip or image file.
muchCast is aimed at professionals who are interested in gathering a research base from Twitter feeds. According to the company, it can be used by cryptocurrency enthusiasts to determine opinion trends & make better trading decisions, by marketing researchers, & by journalists.
If you’re relying on outmoded methods for error tracking, like logs or user feedback, you can definitely do a whole lot better. Sentry can be set up quickly with just a few lines of code & then when errors occur, you get notifications via SMS, text services, chat, email, or you can incorporate it into your existing workflow.
You can build both native iOS & Android apps without going through the hassle of compiling & building, by just loading a JSON over HTTP. It will then get interpreted into native APIs on the fly.
‘Sense’ is an app for your iOS device that helps you track your social media use & coach you back to a reasonable rate of use.
You can use simple ‘Markdown’ to write docs & blog posts & Docusaurus will convert them to static HTML files, then publish & serve them.
Edge takes the difficulty out of securing multiple digital assets. You can use a single app on your iOS or Android devices to hold & trade multiple assets.
‘Haven’ can detect light, sound, motion & vibration on a phone around a space that you want to secure.
With nixstats, a 1 line command will install the monitoring agent on all your servers, without complicated shenanigans, getting you up & running within minutes.
If you’re looking for a group chat productivity solution that’s affordable & won’t constantly disrupt you with automated messages, random links & lunch plans, you might want to try Zulip out.
With Patches you get a full implementation including ‘live’ preview, network comms, unlimited undo, data flow visualization, & publishing. A catalog of pre-built patches is available to use as modular building blocks.