11 comments

  • Charlie PrattCharlie Pratt, almost 7 years ago

    Beautiful work and a cool product to boot, however I don't think the scrolljacking is necessary here.

    13 points
    • Chase GiuntaChase Giunta, almost 7 years ago

      I agree. The scroll transitions, or lack thereof, are poorly done. Specifically, scrolling from the [1] to [2], lacking transition.

      5 points
    • David Byrd, almost 7 years ago

      Good call on the scrolljacking. It definitely takes more care than we gave it to do it right.

      3 points
  • Nick SergeantNick Sergeant, almost 7 years ago (edited almost 7 years ago )

    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).

    4 points
  • Kerry RitterKerry Ritter, almost 7 years ago

    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.

    4 points
  • Gorazd GustinGorazd Gustin, almost 7 years ago

    Like the monospaced Monosten font.

    2 points
  • David GurevichDavid Gurevich, almost 7 years ago (edited almost 7 years ago )

    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!

    1 point
  • Robert BusbyRobert Busby, almost 7 years ago

    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?

    1 point
    • Kyle ConradKyle Conrad, almost 7 years ago

      It is. This site seems to use scroll triggers, but is not scrolljacking, at least not in the form I've seen.

      0 points
  • Jonathan KelleyJonathan Kelley, almost 7 years ago

    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?

    0 points