Public demo of my side project: theLIFEBOARD

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Antonio Ufano

We've been working in our side project called theLIFEBOARD for a few months, just doing little bits whenever we can. It's a web application to help people identify their goals and help them achieve them by providing a dashboard to organize their weeks and curated resources.

We have a version of the web app that we've been using for a few weeks, but it still has a lot of missing features and some nasty bugs.

A couple of days ago I had an idea. As the application is not ready to be shared with real users we thought about building a public demo, one that doesn't require users to sign up but that allows them to play around with the dashboard and maybe give us some feedback.

It just took me a couple of days to remove all the API integrations and add it to our landing page. You can find it here:

Tech stack

If you're interested in the technical side, the frontend it's built with Vue.js + Vuetify and the backend is composed of multiple APIs some of them built with Strapi and others are simple Lambda functions.

I'm pretty happy with those choices as both Vuetify and Strapi have helped me save a ton of developing time while giving me a lot of flexibility to create exactly what I had in mind. If you want to know more details about how I created theLIFEBOARD, feel free to contact me or drop me a DM on Twitter.

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