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Haven't attended, but read good reviews online.
Check out zipBoard.
It doesn't put a limit on the number of users like many other tools.
Have you looked at GatsbyJS and React-Static? Been really impressed with the speed and performance. Also, these render the page as a static progressive web app.
In case you want to check out more SSGs: https://blog.zipboard.co/how-to-start-with-static-sites-807b8ddfecc
Does this qualify to go into the Brutalist category?
Great article Christian!
I for one am completely okay with the redesign. Can't say that I love it but I still do like it.
This is a pretty long compilation of the various prototyping tools out there: https://blog.zipboard.co/which-prototyping-tools-to-use-66d51a7927e
Found this tool, HotGloo recently that looks interesting. Curious if others have tried it and how it compares to the others on this list?
zipBoard covers all these things - feedback on HTML prototypes, asynchronous feedback, a system to track comments, and even share with clients/external collaborators.
Full disclosure: I am part of the zipBoard team. :)
You should try out zipBoard. With zipBoard you can share a custom URL from where clients can access the projects without having to signup.
Full disclosure: I am part of the zipBoard team.
Rails and Python are good back end languages to go for, especially if you're going to be working with web technologies. If you look at takeaways from Stackoverflow's annual survey (https://blog.zipboard.co/developer-trends-to-watch-out-for-a0b11c49dbec) you'll see that Python has overtaken PHP this year. Also Python can be big help in Data visualization, if you need that.
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