Adam welcomes David Hemphill back to the show, but this time as a co-host!
David introduces Crondog, the new product he's working on to help developers manage dynamic recurring tasks in their applications.
Adam introduces KiteTail, an app that let's you create webhook-driven hosted checkout pages; something he wishes he'd had when he launched his course.
From here on out, Full Stack Radio will follow David and Adam's journey building these new products; discussing interesting technical, design, and business challenges they face along the way.
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- Crondog, David's new recurring task app
- KiteTail, Adam's new checkout app
- PushSilver, David's existing invoicing app
- DonorGive, an app David worked on that motivated him to build CronDog
- Laravel Spark, the boilerplate Laravel skeleton David's using
- "What's KiteTail?", Adam's blog post introducing KiteTail
- Test-Driven Laravel, Adam's course app that inspired him to build KiteTail
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