Get the feeling of an SPA without having to fetch your data from a remote API and having to deal with routing in the frontend.
We use TypeScript in every project, even when writing a small Node.js app. It gives us a huge feeling of safety when writing code, even during a big refactor.
A highly customisable CSS framework which can be used directly in your HTML. No more heavy CSS!
Lightning fast frontend build tool! ⚡
Alpine is our tool of choice for progressive enhancement.
Our frontend framework of choice when we need to do heavy lifting.
Like npm, but faster, prettier, and actually deterministic.
Testing is important in the frontend too!
When working in the same files with a lot of people, Prettier makes sure it feels like coming home every time.
Do we really have to explain this?
A great Laravel based flat file CMS. Statamic’s content editing experience is consistent and easy to understand.
We heavily rely on static analysis tools. Both PHPStan and Psalm are used, but we recently decided to go for Larastan.
Building simple and dynamic interfaces, without leaving the comfort of Laravel.
Debugging becomes a breeze with Ray! It helps us to debug faster by beautifully displaying our debug information. It works in any PHP, Laravel or Wordpress project!
We would be crazy to use Mailchimp for our mailings. That’s why we built Mailcoach. It’s our answer to self-host your email marketing while cutting the cost.
We monitor uptime and performance of our servers with Oh Dear. It also has a Slack integration, so we’ll always receive notifications when something goes south.
All our projects are hosted on DigitalOcean droplets. It’s the best scalable hosting platform for us.
Github is used as our development platform. We are very active in the open source community and Github provides the best experience for contributors.
Easy to use and part of the Laravel ecosystem
A serverless deployment platform for Laravel, powered by AWS
Saves you a lot of time upgrading your Laravel projects
Most of our livestreams are hosted on Streamyard. It’s a quick and easy way to create professional livestreams instantly. We also host livestreams on YouTube.
We use Float to get a quick overview of our high level schedule. It’s a great tool to quickly see our team’s capacity, whether it’s for a big project or just for a small task.
We use Slack to communicate with our team members. We mostly discuss our projects, but also host afterwork drinks, coffee breaks and even board game nights during the pandemic.
The time tracking of our projects is managed within Harvest. It is one of the most accessible tools to quickly gain insight into your team's time commitment.
We use Figma for wireframing, UI/UX designs, and even for event mapping for our larger projects. It's also packed with a lot of features to improve collaboration between team members and clients.
Our favorite little web app for diagrams and event storming sessions.
All our client support is done with HelpSpace. We use it to organize and divide all support tickets between the coworkers. HelpSpace is also packed with a lot of rules and automations so you can properly structure all client support without any hassle.
Password security is crucial nowadays. All our logins and passwords are stored into a 1Password vault.
Our window into the matrix.
Sequel Pro's grown up brother. Also works with Redis and other obscure database protocols.
Twitter's even better with a native app — and a chronological timeline.
Proper writing is essential. We use Grammarly quite often to double check all of our written content from documentation, to blog posts and even entire courses.
The smoothest writing experience on macOS.
Another sleek mail client for Gmail.
A sleek mail client for Gmail.
Git is better with a GUI. (This does not represent the views of all employees.)
To view the content on servers via sftp or S3 Buckets
Visual Studio Code
For those that prefer editors.
Still the most sophisticated text editor in the world.
Everyone has their own app for listing tasks, but Todoist has been a favorite for several coworkers throughout the years. It gives a lot of satisfaction to check some bullets from your own to-do list.
Sometimes you're in a rush and you just don't have the time to enjoy some nice content. Luckily there's Pocket, so you can save articles, blogposts, video's to enjoy them later on.
If we want to work really slow, we prefer to use Docker on Mac
Crunching the numbers
Remote pair programming has never been easier with Tuple. Say goodbye to all your screen sharing issues!
Because using TablePlus for Redis wasn't as great as we thought it was.