Decided to build a landing page for to improve SEO, so moving the app to .

Let's see how it goes!

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that supabase is supa is quite based #buildinpublic
My app's tech:

- Netlify free plan: Frontend + Serverless functions
- Db
- OpenAI: GPT
- AWS SES: Email

As free as I could get, no subscriptions, only pay-as-you-go for GPT-3 + SES.

Nowadays tech is insanely accessible!

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Any recommendations for payment gateways for a SaaS webapp for someone who lives in indonesia and is Indonesian? Particularly one that caters to the global market. Super new to this kind of stuff. Cheers! #buildinpublic #indiedev #Indonesia
Deployed my first ever deep learning app. It ain't much, but it's honest work 🤷‍♂️:… #fastai #buildinpublic #webdev
Day 12: Set up a image background remover for my app. Learned a good deal of computer vision stuff! Still some imperfections on light-colored apparels that blend in with the background but good progress, I would say. No ML used here.
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Day 11:
Set up Prisma schema and auth. Decided to use a 3rd party auth provider rather than building on my own to save time and effort. As context, I'm using RedwoodJS since I like the idea of having the BE and FE integrated and in one codebase.

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Day 10:
Went a bit off the rails from my priorities but figured I'd do something fun. So I started playing around with DALL-E to design the logo for Results still not quite what I like.

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Here are some results:
Day 9:
Revamped CSS to a more simplistic black and white look. I figured a light dominant design would be more fitting for my use-case since they would blend in more with the apparel images, which are often shot in light background

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Day 8: Finished landing page for now and connected the CTA to the app's sign-on page. Also looking through rembg github repo. #buildinpublic #indiehackers #webdev
Day 7: Setting up landing page and used Julian Shapiro's Startup Handbook as reference. Also, decided on a domain: Catchy, sort of self-explanatory, and a .com TLD. sounds good enough to me! #buildinpublic #indiehackers #webdev
Day 6: Started working on auth. Anyone have experience adding auth to browser extensions? Which would essentially be have the same users for the main webapp. #buildinpublic #webdev #indiehackers
Day 5:
Was coming up with edge cases for my product scraper and listing them in a txt file. It dawned on me moments later I can just set up unit testing 🤦‍♂️
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Day 4: Realizing how hard web design is for me compared to technical work. I have more exp defining technical problems to work on, whereas design I go the other way around e.g. directly coding react components on a shit grasp of whats required in terms of the ui/ux #buildinpublic
Day 3:
integrated tainwindcss and worked on a table component, which will provide a searchable display of products saved by the user.

Super rough draft here with equally rough seeding. Thankfully, I got all the time in the world.

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Day 2:
Learned that usually product webpages have a common structure whereby metadata are laid out in formats like JSON-LD, RDFa, and microdata.

I'll be using this to set up a scraper for fetching product metadata (price[s], title, image,..)

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Hey all, I'm building a 'fantasy fashion' site where I'll be posting daily updates here. #buildinpublic