My first impressions on Imprint and what you should expect from it
A short history about my first impressions on the platform that could replace medium
July 6, 2020
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Let me tell you first that I'm not a blogger tough i would like to be one. Ok, this story begins when i was on Product Hunt (hunting for a new amazing app or something like that), but i couldn't find anything really amazing that could touche me so deeply until i decided to take a look at the Friday products (today its Sunday, the day wrote this).
That's quite interesting. As a developer the first time i opened Imprint.to i looked at the source code to get to know what's behind it. So i'll tell you: Node.js, Express, Next, React, Draft.js, MongoDB, and for the designers who are wondering about the UI, i think its a hand made CSS, without any framework (but it still is pretty beautiful).
When i had open the editor i was expecting Markdown support, but we don't have it yet, however the editor e pretty amazing and i like it. Whether you are looking for a good Medium replacement with a nice editor, i personally would recommend Imprint
As i had said in the beginning i'm just writing this post to test Imprint. So here go my final thoughts about Imprint:
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