This just happened.
about 1 year ago
@Dan Eden She's a beauty man. Good job with creating this. Works like a charm.
I love it. You're amazing.
Great colors — never seen 'em in use like that before. Also, would love some preferences done, Dan. (Though, it is great as it is already!)
Your Rails app? Nice work, Dan. So clean, and the color combination is killer.
This is fantastic! Excellent work.
Love this, nice work.
Maybe change the footer from "another thing by.." to "This was written using OnWord by.." so that you're not wrongly associated with whatever is written in the post if it's left anonymous.
nice work man, fun to use.
Great idea and execution, I can already see use cases for this.
Two click login, had to authorize.. dammit.
Looks really great Dan, love the colours and smoothness of the whole process.
Just a heads up, dunno if you've seen this before but it's pretty similar. "Just write"
Excellent work with this my friend!
The satisfaction from that simple login and seeing 'New Document' awaiting me, wow, it's magical.
Using it couldn't be simpler.
Nice color scheme and great product.
If you haven't done already you should write an article about creating side projects/implementing ideas. Especially the time management and workflow to craft personal projects in a short time instead of procrastinating and never finishing an idea/a project.
Great idea @Dan and a really nice final product.
Great execution. Can't fault it.
Good job, really neat little webapp. Very slick and easy to use!
Oh, you mean iA Writer? :)
This is what Doogie Howser would've used, had it been available.
Great project! (:
And where is the favicon?
Also not sure if you'll be incorporating these things, but I was looking for something with a live preview and line numbers and found Socrates (beautiful implementation) and Dillinger. Dillinger also has line numbers and syncs with Dropbox and Github.
by Daniel Eden
I’m using Onword to write up a potential talk, and wanted to know how long it would take to read (which, in hindsight, has nothing to do with how fast it would be spoken) so I integrated it using this handy gem.
While I was at it, I also added author names (based on Twitter names).
about 1 year ago
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