Beautiful work and a cool product to boot, however I don't think the scrolljacking is necessary here.
I agree. The scroll transitions, or lack thereof, are poorly done. Specifically, scrolling from the  to , lacking transition.
Good call on the scrolljacking. It definitely takes more care than we gave it to do it right.
Please for the love of God stop scrolljacking.
The idea of the app is great, though, and something I'm excited to see more of (zero-bullshit deployment).
The scrolljacking is definitely more of a burden than anything. Honestly, I still don't understand what the product is. If you can set up an environment in < 30s, it would be awesome if you had a video for that. Also curious about the .NET environment that was mentioned? I don't see an image for it.
This looks like an awesome product, but I'm afraid I don't understand what it really is yet.
Agree. Seeing a video would be very helpful and make it much easier for me to get what this is and why I need it.
Like the monospaced Monosten font.
Overall quite nice, but another vote for the "don't like scrolljacking" crowd :P
And the product idea looks interesting to me as a developer.
Anyway, good job!
Am I the only person who scroll didn't get jacked? The website scrolled the whole way down without stopping.
I thought scroll jacking was when the browser took control of your scroll bar, aka, scroll jacking?
It is. This site seems to use scroll triggers, but is not scrolljacking, at least not in the form I've seen.
Was a bit confused at first - but after reading the whole page including some docs I figured out what it does.
But you say 'Rails app w/ Mongo Backend w/ New Relic Monitoring? PHP with MySQL? One click and you're all set up.' but I don't see Rails/Ruby on your images site?