Organize, deploy and track
Things are going well in Bermuda at the moment, at least as well as can be expected. Hope this issue finds you as well as possible. Another mixture of tools today, but complimentary ones that would let you plan, deploy and track usage of your small web application. You may not use all of these tools together but you could, and maybe one of them will fit in with your needs.
A command-line utility for deploying serverless applications to AWS. Complete with custom domains, deploy previews, TypeScript support, and more. If you’ve used Netlify and/or Vercel, you know that it is possible to deploy a web application, complete with APIs, simply and without wanting to poke out your eyes. Up until now, that level of simplicity wasn’t possible using AWS directly. Enter serverlessui which hides away much of the mind-numbing configuration of AWS. It still isn’t quite as simple, and I suspect you might pay something for your site, but if you want to leverage AWS, this is a great way to get a site up and running fast.
Boardly is the simplest planning board. It is a free, simple, and most effective way to plan your work every day. If you want a tool that will let you manage small projects or a personal to-do list then Boardly is an option. It is fairly light on features, but I see that as a feature of its own. It supports the notion of a task being in progress which is nice and you can share boards publically if desired. It works on a mobile browser well, and honestly, there isn’t much more to say.
Web Analytics made simple and therefore privacy-friendly. It’s Free. I mentioned the free analytics from Cloudflare a little while ago, but this is another option that is provided for free. It is nice to see some privacy-focused analytics appearing, especially for free.