Robin Ebers

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  • Posted to Coinfolix - a cryptocurrency tracker for iPhone, built using React Native, Sep 15, 2017

    Awesome job, looks very clean and simple.

    I thought the very same thing a while ago and essentially did what you did with a few more features, on the web. It's called CoinTrackr and like yours, it doesn't store data on the server unless you register/log in, in which case it also syncs it across devices.

    Keep spreading the crypto space!

    0 points
  • Posted to Becoming a better Illustrator in 21 days!, Sep 09, 2017

    I feel I have seen a tutorial for this recently. Was there something? I'd love to have a "21 days" on how to do what you did. Zero vector experience here and would love to spend 1-2 hours a day getting into it. Any tips?

    1 point
  • Posted to Incoming Feedback by Hotjar, in reply to Andrew Michael , Aug 23, 2017

    Hi Andrew! My users seem to use it as a way to just give me feedback, in a very similar way to the surveys. Almost nobody is using the screenshot feature. And the question I ask myself then is: Why offer both?

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  • Posted to Incoming Feedback by Hotjar, Aug 22, 2017

    I've been using the beta version of this for a while on CoinTrackr and have had some success with it. It's not distinct enough to the existing feedback component I think.

    0 points
  • Posted to ❤️ Interface Lovers : Karri Saarinen — Airbnb, Aug 12, 2017

    I cannot help but call bullshit on those "everybody loves working in our company" statements. I know some companies are better than others, but none are perfect. There are always gonna be people you don't like, discussions that get you down other challenges that make office what it is.

    I can't be the only one thinking that the more companies invest into you, the more they expect in return? Like, if they give you all the freedom to work where and when you want (inside the company), they probably expect more time than 8 hours a day.

    In the end all this is, is clever recruitment/marketing.

    Just my 2 cents!

    3 points
  • Posted to Bootstrap 4 has arrived! (Beta), in reply to Mark Otto , Aug 11, 2017

    Thank you Mark, appreciated! Good luck with the beta, I will certainly try to update from the alpha.

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  • Posted to Bootstrap 4 has arrived! (Beta), in reply to Mark Otto , Aug 11, 2017

    Totally the right call. Maybe in the future. I'm already using 4.0.0-alpha6 for https://cointrackr.com and some other projects in production. Great work you guys!

    1 point
  • Posted to Bootstrap 4 has arrived! (Beta), in reply to Camron Lockeby , Aug 11, 2017

    This is a very underrated answer. While not production ready (IE anyone?), CSS grids will be amazing in a few months.

    2 points
  • Posted to Bootstrap 4 has arrived! (Beta), in reply to Norm Sheeran , Aug 11, 2017

    Of of the stuff is still the same, depending on how much you used. I'm sure there are migration guides but what I did was simply moving to BS4, seeing what breaks and fixing it.

    1 point
  • Posted to Bootstrap 4 has arrived! (Beta), in reply to Norm Sheeran , Aug 11, 2017

    Thank you, same here. Been using Bootstrap for years. Have tried other frameworks, but Bootstrap is just perfect to bootstrap new projects. Even if I am required to sometimes not use Bootstrap, I end up calling the classes the same (e.g. btn btn-lg etc) so it is easy to onboard other people later.

    7 points
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