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ToolsOfTheTrade/README.md at master · cjbarber/ToolsOfTheTrade
Hacker News Tools of the Trade 😎
Tools of The Trade, from Hacker News.
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Background
In 2010, Joshua Schachter, the founder of Delicious, posted the following on Hacker News:
When I first started delicious, we had to host most of the services ourselves. CVS, mail, mailing lists, etc etc etc.
These days, lots of that stuff is available as SaaS. What are the tools and services people use instead of hosting their own?
(I'm not talking about actual production services like EC2 and Heroku and whatnot. We can go over this in another thread.)
In 2013, Sharjeel Qureshi, posted the following:
Few years ago, Joshua Schachter started this thread on HN for discussing hosted useful services: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=1769910
The contribution in thread introduced many interesting SaaS services which can immensely help in deploying services as well as development.
It's been three years since then. What do we have today?
Many thanks to the big contributors to the previous threads, including garrettdimon, espeed, netshade, and cmadan, and many more that I haven't named.
Now
I've collected more data from Hacker News, AngelList and Quora, to make the 2015 (and hopefully beyond) version. This list also includes self-hosted as well as hosted services.
It's hosted on GitHub for a reason! Please submit pull requests.
Contents
Identity Verification
Browser/Email Testing
Bug/Issue Tracking
Planning & Project Management
Time Tracking
App Developer Tools
Localization & Internationalization
Business & Traffic Analytics
Conversion Optimization & A/B Testing
User Management
User Testing
HR
Payroll
Continuous Integration/Code Quality
Dashboards
Error/Exception Handling
Application Distribution
Log Monitoring
Application Performance
Load Testing
Server Monitoring
Customer Support/Help Desks
Transactional Email
Other APIs
Site Search
Email Marketing
Email Collection/Landing Page Apps
CRM/Sales Tools
Social Media Marketing
Naming
Space Rental
Community Tools
Personal Productivity
Prototyping/Mockups
Content Creation/Infographics
Customer Feedback
Data
Database
Accounting/Invoicing
Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, Legal Documents
Income Analytics
Payments, Billing & Downloads
Billing & Payment Processing
Banking
Phone/PBX/SMS
System Monitoring
Search
Security
Shipping
User Feedback
Designers
Notes
Group Communication/Chat Tools
Remote Collaboration
DNS
Status Blogs/User Alerts
Forms / Surveys
Source Code Hosting
Design Collaboration
PaaS
VPS
Heroku Tools
AWS Tools
Database-aaS
Backend-aaS
WebSockets-aaS
Ops Alerts and Scheduling
Accounting
Video Hosting
Knowledge Tracking/Wiki
Offsite Backups
Personal Machine Backups
Remote Workers
Deployment
SEO Tools
API Builder
Password Management
Sources of Clicks/Ad Platforms
Storage
Task Scheduling
Documentation
Business Cards and Print Material
Presentations / Slides
Identity Verification
Cognito | https://cognitohq.com | @getcognito | Frictionless, modern identity verification that starts with just a phone number.
BlockScore | https://blockscore.com | @getblockscore | $1/verification - $5/verification | Individual ID verifications and company verifications.
Browser/Email Testing
BrowserStack | https://www.browserstack.com | @browserstack $35/mo - $359/mo | Live, web-based browser testing.
Litmus | http://litmus.com | @litmusapp | $79/mo - $399/mo | Lets you preview your campaigns across 30+ real email clients and devices in minutes.
Sauce Labs | https://saucelabs.com | @saucelabs | $12/mo - $149/mo | Run your web and mobile app tests across hundreds of real browsers and platforms instantly.
EmailOnAcid | https://www.emailonacid.com | @emailonacid | $45/mo - $295/mo | Quickly ensure that your emails don't look like crap in any email client.
Rainforest QA | https://www.rainforestqa.com | @rainforestqa | $500/mo - $2000/mo | Insanely simple integration testing.
DebugMail | https://debugmail.io | Free | Easy to use fake mail (SMTP) server for developers.
Bug/Issue Tracking
BitBucket Issues | https://bitbucket.org | @bitbucket | $10/mo - $200/mo | Unlimited private code repositories | Host, manage, and share Git and Mercurial repositories in the cloud. Free, unlimited private repositories for up to 5 developers give teams the flexibility to grow and code without restrictions.
BugHerd | https://bugherd.com | @bugherd | $29/mo - $180/mo | Turn client feedback into actionable tasks. | BugHerd lets you quickly see, at a glance, how your project is going and what everyone is working on. The task board lets you keep team members in sync by assigning and scheduling tasks with a simple drag and drop.
Bugify | $59 | https://bugify.com | @bugify | Self hosted issue management system. One-time payment. Written in PHP.
GitHub Issues | https://github.com | @GitHub | $7/mo - $50/mo | Build software better, together. | GitHub is the largest code host on the planet with over 13.2 million repositories. Large or small, every repository comes with the same powerful tools. These tools are open to the community for public projects and secure for private projects.
GitLab Issues | https://about.gitlab.com | @gitlabhq | free |GitLab is open source software to collaborate on code that is used by more than 100,000 organisations worldwide. Unlimited private repositories on GitLab.com or host your own instance. Enterprise Edition includes deep LDAP support.
Huboard | https://huboard.com | @huboard | $7/mo - $24/mo | GitHub issues made awesome Instant project management for GitHub repositories |
JIRA | https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira | @JIRA | $10/mo hosted - $10/yr self-hosted | JIRA is the tracker for teams planning and building great products. Thousands of teams choose JIRA to capture and organize issues, assign work, and follow team activity. At your desk or on the go with the new mobile interface, JIRA helps your team get the job done.
Lighthouse | http://lighthouseapp.com | @lighthouseapp | $25/mo - $100/mo | Whether you're a large company or a small bootstrapped team, Lighthouse is the perfect ticket tracking solution. | Collaborate effortlessly on projects. Whether you’re a team of 5 or studio of 50, Lighthouse will help you keep track of your project development with ease.
Pinitto.me | https://pinitto.me | Post It Notes on a virtual corkboard (OSS)
Post It Notes on a (Physical) Wall
Sifter | http://sifterapp.com | @sifterapp | $29/mo - $149/mo | Less configuring. More doing. | We've put in the time researching bug tracking to help create the simplest possible workflow for you to get work done. From time-to-time we even blog about some of our ideas around this optimal bug tracking process…
Usersnap | https://usersnap.com | @usersnap | $19/mo-$99/mo | Usersnap is visual bug reporting for anyone working on web projects. | Get visual feedback and precious browser information with every bug report to reproduce and fix them even faster.
Planning & Project Management
Aha! | https://www.aha.io | @aha_io | $69/mo, Ask about startup plan | The new way to create brilliant product strategy and visual roadmaps.
Sprintly | http://sprint.ly | @sprintly | $49/mo- $399/mo | Don't ask how projects are going. Watch how they're going in real-time. | Use our elegant interface to prioritize, tag, manage, estimate, and measure your software developers' progress in real-time.
Podio | https://podio.com | @Podio | free | Teamwork made easy | News and views from the team behind Podio - changing the way the world works since 2009.
Flow | https://www.getflow.com | @flowapp | $19/mo - $249/mo | Stop managing projects from your inbox. | Flow is a collaborative task management app for the web and iPhone.
Basecamp | https://basecamp.com | @37signals | $20/mo - $150/mo | The official account for Basecamp®. Helping Basecamp customers every Mon-Fri 9am-6pm CT! | Basecamp to help organize the store design, develop fixtures, and manage craftspeople. Primarily through word-of-mouth alone, Basecamp has become the world’s #1 project management tool.
Apollo | http://www.apollohq.com | @applicomhq | $23/mo - $148/mo | Integrated Project and Contact Management Done Right | Apollo is project and contact management done right. Using Apollo, you will realise that it's built to help you get things done, quickly and efficiently. With Apollo, you will always know where your projects, your contacts and your life are at and you will feel on top of everything — regardless of how hectic your schedule is.
Pivotal Tracker | https://www.pivotaltracker.com | @pivotaltracker | $7/mo - $175/mo | BUILD BETTER SOFTWARE FASTER | Break your project down into bite-sized stories, which get your product closer to the business goal. Use points to estimate each story’s relative complexity and prioritize it in the backlog.
Asana | https://asana.com | @asana | $50/mo - $800/mo | Teamwork without email | Asana is our go-to for prioritizing projects, keeping up w/orders & staying on top of a growing to-do list
WeekPlan | https://weekplan.net | @weekplan | $7/mo- $19/mo | Time management inspired by the "7 habits of highly effective people" Features: goals of the week, week view and quadrant matrix, pomodoro timer, shared workspaces, etc...
Trello | https://trello.com | @trello | $5/mo | Organize anything, together Trello is the fastest, easiest way to organize anything, from your day-to-day work, to a favorite side project, to your greatest life plans.
Blossom | https://www.blossom.co | @blossom_io | $19/mo - $149/mo | Agile Project Management | Blossom gives each member of the team clear overview about who’s doing what & why and at the same time it helps you to focus on what matters most. With Blossom you can efficiently manage your whole development process in one place, built with simplicity in mind. Blossom is based on the principles ofKanban, a way of working that emphasizes iterative delivery cycles and continuously improves the workflow of your team or organization.
Redmine | http://www.redmine.org | Flexible project management web application. Written using Ruby on Rails framework, it is cross-platform and cross-database.
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