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  1. Our mission is to give everyone a voice and show them the world.

    Currently the supported platforms are Hashnode, DEV, Medium, Hackernoon, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram. In the future I might add other sites recommended by the users.
  2. Connect with your friends and other fascinating people. Get in-the-moment updates on the things that interest you. And watch events unfold, in real time, from every angle.

    Currently the supported platforms are Hashnode, DEV, Medium, Hackernoon, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram. In the future I might add other sites recommended by the users.
  3. An opinionated code formatter

  4. Pinterest is a visual discovery tool that you can use to find ideas for all your projects and interests.

    Currently the supported platforms are Hashnode, DEV, Medium, Hackernoon, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram. In the future I might add other sites recommended by the users.
  5. A small framework for server-rendered universal JavaScript apps

  6. Build, deploy and host your static site or app with a drag and drop interface and automatic delpoys from GitHub or Bitbucket

    Also, thanks to Netlify for this opportunity! Before this Hackathon, I had already hosted multiple projects there and would recommend it for anyone looking for an easy to configure and effective solution for deploying their apps.
  7. Welcome to Medium, a place to read, write, and interact with the stories that matter most to you. Every day thousands of new voices share…

    Currently the supported platforms are Hashnode, DEV, Medium, Hackernoon, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram. In the future I might add other sites recommended by the users.
  8. LinkedIn is a business-oriented social networking service, mainly used for professional networking.

    Currently the supported platforms are Hashnode, DEV, Medium, Hackernoon, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram. In the future I might add other sites recommended by the users.
  9. A friendly and inclusive Q&A network for coders

    This project was built specifically as an entry for the Hashnode and Netlify hackathon. It was an awesome experience since the participation motivated me and I came up with a product that could hopefully benefit others as well.
  10. How hackers start their afternoons.

    Currently the supported platforms are Hashnode, DEV, Medium, Hackernoon, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram. In the future I might add other sites recommended by the users.
  11. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates.

    Currently the supported platforms are Hashnode, DEV, Medium, Hackernoon, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram. In the future I might add other sites recommended by the users.
  12. The fully pluggable JavaScript code quality tool

  13. Where software engineers connect, build their resumes, and grow.

    Currently the supported platforms are Hashnode, DEV, Medium, Hackernoon, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram. In the future I might add other sites recommended by the users.
  14. Simple, modular and accessible UI components for your React applications.

    open-source

  15. Canva is a graphic-design platform with a drag-and-drop interface to create print or visual content while providing templates, images, and fonts. Canva makes graphic design more straightforward and accessible regardless of skill level.

    freemium $12.99 / Monthly (Pro)

    Manually using browser dev tools to inspect image resolutions, calculating their ratios, and using external tools like GIMP or Photoshop to crop images would not be the most efficient way to go. Creating dozens of resolution templates in Canva would probably not be the best solution, also.