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Standard Notes is a Better Project than Braindump

I released braindump to the world last year to much fanfare. After the initial excitement from being on HN died down, and the PR’s stopped rolling in, it became a personal project once again with very few users. Over the last few … Continue reading

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That UI Bug with Missing Data is a Security Issue

This is (sometimes) a development blog, so I am going to write about some failed development of mine since writing about success is much less interesting. You know that UI bug that someone added to your GitHub Issues where there … Continue reading

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Version 0.4.3 of Braindump, I Need More Functional Tests.

Yesterday, I shipped a new release of braindump. It was awesome. Until I tried to use it this morning and realized that notes were no longer being saved when you edit them. So today I cut a new release that fixes that bug, … Continue reading

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How to Ship a Simple Feature in Two Months

I started working on a feature to allow users to remove notebooks in Braindump two months ago. What started as adding an additional link and a corresponding flask endpoint to handle the deletion has turned into a horrible long running … Continue reading

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Braindump Versions, Release Notes, and the Road Ahead

I have been playing with a couple different methods of versioning and release notes with Braindump. I used to do all release notes in GitHub. GitHub “Releases” are nothing more than git tags with some additional meta-data and after talking … Continue reading

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Version 0.3.0 of Braindump Released

I am excited to announce the release of version 0.3.0 of Braindump. This release contains few new features, but some pretty big changes have happened with the way that Braindump is being deployed. New Features Switched to using Prose Mirror instead of ACE. … Continue reading

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Version 0.2.6 of Braindump Released

I am excited to announce the release of version 0.2.6 of Braindump. I have taken a short break from Braindump at the beginning of the year, but I am still committed to making it the best note platform out there! … Continue reading

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Version 0.2.5 of Braindump Released

I am excited to announce the release of version 0.2.5 of Braindump. It has been a while since I have made a new release, but there have been enough new features added over the last few weeks that I felt … Continue reading

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I Shared Braindump With the World

Yesterday I wrote about my new app called braindump that I have been working on. Today I added a couple new features and decided to share it on Hacker News. I was only expecting a few people to check it out, and I … Continue reading

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Introducing Braindump

I have been working on braindump for over a year now. I have rewritten it from scratch over 10 times. Three weeks ago I finally wrote a version that I am somewhat happy with and I am excited to share it with … Continue reading

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