Joel Rainwater

  • @rain2o
  • Software Engineer | Fractional CTO | Indie Hacker
  • He/Him
  • Paris, France
Hello there! I am an avid coder, always finding new things to work on, and never having enough time...  
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2021

Aug 17, 2021
Aug 17, 2021
Published a blog post
After building my first SaaS app, I wrote up this article which explains a little of the technical side of things.

https://dev.to/rain2o/i-built-my-first-saas-on-next-js-21o
Aug 10, 2021
Aug 10, 2021
Built a SaaS
I have completed the MVP of my first SaaS app - https://statustracker.app/.

As of right now, access is limited for Early Access users. You can sign up for early access on the dashboard.
Jul 09, 2021
Jul 09, 2021
Launched a side project
How do you want to do this?

This is a fun project idea I had, to randomly watch a "How do you want to do this?" moment from the internet show Critical Role. It was also a way for me to spend some more time learning React.

Stack: React, Netlify

Source Code
Apr 24, 2021
Apr 24, 2021
Launched a side project

Status Tracker


Launched the landing page for my latest project - Status Tracker. This is a platform for providing a digital order tracking experience for customers of offline service providers. Useful for companies like mechanic garages and construction companies for example.

Built using Next, and more specifically using Max Stoiber's Bedrock framework.

The application itself is still in development, being built in public on Twitter.
Apr 13, 2021
Apr 13, 2021
Launched a side project

Just the recipe


Built this website to provide a simple search engine for recipes, showing the list of ingredients and recipe instructions only. No ads, no back story, no fluff.

Built with Nuxt, and uses Amazon Elasticsearch Service for the search engine data storage.
Part of this was to build a web scraper in Go to scrape new recipes of the supported websites.
Mar 26, 2021
Mar 26, 2021
Published a blog post

Headless Magento - Using Frontend URLs in Emails


After building a headless shop using Magento 2 as the backend, I wrote this article to show how we handled the problem with email templates trying to use the Magento URL instead of the frontend URL.
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