Dominik Schmidt

Dominik Schmidt Joined about 4 years ago via an invitation from Timothy A. Dominik has invited Kevin Kalde, Patrick Schneider, Eray Basar, Sascha Gehlich, Georg Bednorz

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  • Posted to Best file to server deployment strategy for small sites, Dec 11, 2016

    I am always going with a custom script (mostly if clients just want a preview of the page) that is going to deploy the html page to an s3 bucket and then the link is pulled out.

    If I am going to deploy Ruby on Rails I am using Capistrano

    If I am going to deploy Wordpress, I am currently looking into Flywheel

    If I am going to deploy a static page for production, I am going with rsyncwrapper and writing a custom node script again.

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  • Posted to Best file to server deployment strategy for small sites, in reply to Bob Orchard , Dec 11, 2016

    Just got spammed by Flywheel on Facebook Ads. But nice service. Definitely looking into this one for the next WP project.

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  • Posted to Do you have clients from Behance?, in reply to Nikola Uzunov , Dec 07, 2016

    Not true. Got featured, never got any client through Behance, though!

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  • Posted to AMA: Josh Brewer & Tim Van Damme - Abstract, Dec 07, 2016

    Thanks for the opportunity and the AMA. What are the things in the backyard you are doing? I mean, are you powering Git or are you using a whole new "sync-mechanism"? Also, how the syncing working? Automatically like Dropbox, or manual commits?

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  • Posted to Instagram Collections InVision Prototype, Oct 16, 2016

    Please stop posting dribbble links here.

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  • Posted to DN 500 Error?, Oct 08, 2016

    How did you post this then?

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Who's hiring - remote only? (July 2016), Jul 20, 2016

    Why remote only?

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  • Posted to Paws for Trello - a beautiful Mac app for Trello, Jul 05, 2016

    Instantly bought this. I did one myself using Electron, but it was kind of buggy and I was constantly using the web version only. Worth every penny of the 3 bucks for me!

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  • Posted to Dreamweaver CC BETA, Jun 23, 2016

    For 19 years, Dreamweaver has been the solution for creating millions of websites of all types and sizes.

    I don't know anyone, that has worked with Dreamweaver over the last 10 years... :D

    Looked forward to the release, though. But this is still to overblown for me. The thing I like with simple text editors like Sublime Text or Atom is the easy interface and that there are only the features I like.

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