A simple and minimal to do app.

over 5 years ago from , Designer

Hello guys,

I know you're sick of the existing to do apps, but I'm currently learning Vue.js and I've built this simple/minimal to do app using Vue.js and Tailwind.css, nothing fancy.

Check it out →

Let me know your thoughts.


  • Lucian .esLucian .es, over 5 years ago

    groundbreaking :)

    4 points
  • . h, over 5 years ago

    Just quick feedback on the design.

    When I try it, I thought the checklist icon on the top-right of the form is a button to submit the task, but it's not. And there's no other way for me to submit the task other than by pressing "Return" on the keyboard, but there's no hints on the page about that.

    Maybe add a little bit text to guide the user, especially on the first load would help a lot.

    And keep up the good works. I really love to see people learning and experimenting with new things. It's fascinating! Hope you'll learn a lot in the future.

    3 points
  • Ketan Anjaria, over 5 years ago

    Did you do the design and the development? Pretty nice.

    2 points
  • Lee MunroeLee Munroe, over 5 years ago

    This is cool, and a great way to experiment, exercise your design skills and learn new technologies (Vue.js in this case).

    I made a similar "yet another todo app" a few years ago (https://flask.io) to learn some Rails and jQuery. Ended up getting some (just a little) traction which enabled me to use it for experimenting with analytics tools. I ended up selling it a few years later.

    So even though this has been done before, great work shipping a functional product.

    1 point
    • adrian ioadrian io, over 5 years ago

      Congrats on selling a side project.

      How did it - is it making money?

      0 points
      • Lee MunroeLee Munroe, over 5 years ago

        It didn't make any money, and I wasn't confident that it could (without a lot more work). Had a decent amount of users and attractive domain name. Sold it with Flippa.

        0 points
  • Jamie MartinJamie Martin, over 5 years ago

    If you like this I'd recommend http://nowdothis.com

    1 point
  • Matt C, over 5 years ago

    Hey, looks a lot nicer than the to-do I made a couple months ago when I started learning React. I just lazily used bootstrap components. Definitely a good first app to start with - has a couple of the most common use cases for front-end development.

    0 points
  • Weston VierreggerWeston Vierregger, over 5 years ago

    is this not just a cloned todomvc

    0 points
  • Cody IddingsCody Iddings, over 5 years ago

    Website doesn't load for me.

    0 points