This morning while browsing Product Hunt, I came across quite a few interesting resources for developing HTML applications and web applications rapidly
First there is sigma to code which is an open source software which allows you to create responsive pages from your Figma designs it seems to be as simple as using a Figma template and copying it to a clip clip board it supports couple of UI frameworks tailwind flatter and SwiftUI all of which are very male made a very famous
** Generate responsive pages/apps from Figma designs**
Next I came across a project called ActionsFlow. Actionsflow is termed as a zapier alternative that is based on Github actions it helps you basically automate workflows. You can connect it with various apps, data, APIs to receive notifications as they occur and do various notification or workflow related tasks.
** Free Zapier alternative based on Github Actions**
Actionsflow helps you to automate workflows, it’s a free IFTTT/Zapier alternative for developers. With Actionsflow, you can connect your favorite apps, data, and APIs, receive notifications of actions as they occur, sync files, collect data, and more.
Next I found it interesting website called Scale. Scale basically provides extremely high-quality well designed illustrations that can be used in any project without any limitations it looks very good and is very consistent with the design of my n0c0de theme
One new high-quality, open-source illustration each day. Use our color-picker to adapt the illustrations to your brand identity!
I was also playing around a fair bit with GPT3. I came across this Reddit post which less a whole set of GPT3 powered applications.
Among these applications, few of them seem to be free and a couple of them caught my attention.
First this application called Job Description Rewriter. I tried it out and I was pretty impressed with its features and functionality. Smply paste and a short job description and the application generates much longer and hopefully relevant job description.
I tried a few options of my own job postings and I quite liked the output. Few of them were good and others generated a lot of irrelevant content. Overall, it seems to be pretty useful since it creates ideas to work over and refine the process.
Paste in a short job description and we’ll generate a longer variant to help you get your creative juices flowing. If you don’t like the output, hit Generate again to get a different idea! Experiment, take notes, and have fun! Pro Tip: The more information you add about your company and job, the better the result will be.
Another GPT-3 powered app is IdeasAI. IdeasAI basically takes a problem and creates a product idea out of it.
I browsed through the ideas that are on the webpage and there is a good combination of this months top ideas, previous ideas, all-time ideas and quite a few I guess there are pretty impressive and interesting.
Pretty interesting point is that the ideas can be claimed which means the ideas get basically taken of the webpage on payment of dollar 99 for an idea extremely interesting
More GPT-3 services mentioned here -> Give These Apps Some Notes and They’ll Write Emails for You | WIRED