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Startup Stash

A curated directory of 400 resources & tools for startups

Startup Stash is a curated directory of resources and tools to help you build your startup. It includes 400 products in 40 categories, like for example: Idea Generation, Early users, Marketing, Raising Capital and Customer support. Each category consists of 10 handpicked resources and tools, all with their own detail page that displays some info about the product.

Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
Startup Stash has a curated directory of 400+ resources for startups.
Sam Cholera- Founder @ iSpy Sport Search
Invaluable for startups
Anne-Laure Le Cunff- Founder @ Lysa. Ex-Google.
This is the most upvoted product ever on Product Hunt, and it's easy to understand why. It has become my one-stop shop for startup tools. Lots of crossover with Product Hunt, but the content there is neatly organized in categories that make sense when you're starting or managing your own business.
Medium
I'm an 80's kid and 90's Internet Explorer, so I've been online for most of my life. Ever since I was a young Netscaper I've been trying out new (digital) services and products on the internet.
Business Insider
Creating your own startup can be overwhelming at times, but luckily there's a new directory called Startup Stash that contains everything you need to know, all in one place. The first thing you'll notice about Startup Stash is the simple grid layout that makes finding resources and tools exceedingly easy and manageable.
Interviewed
A growing database of podcast interviews.
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Sheetsu Handlebars

Change web or mobile content with Google Sheet

Sheetsu Handlebars is a child of a low-code and Google Sheets. You can change your website straight from a spreadsheet without extra code.

The steps are simple - every place where you want to add any custom value, taken from Sheets, you add {{ handlebars }} into your code.

Sheetsu
Developing on decades of computer science and industry collaboration, low-code development refers to the fact that such platforms offer simplified and visually guided forms of programming. Low-code development tools are now enabling organizations to create reusable software components that represent business services. Non-technical users can assemble these i… See more
Medium
There are some good use cases for using a Google Spreadsheet as a back-end for a mobile application. Here are few: Quick prototyping: It is easy to fireup a spreadsheet and populate data than setting up a back-end server with database.
Sheetsu
There are too many articles from tellers, not doers, about how to build an MVP. Let's cut the shit out and do the real work. Focus on the product and validation. And let's do it fast. I'll show you what to use to be quick as a fox and build the product in the end.
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The Visualization Universe

Catalog of all chart types and tools to build them

All chart types and tools in a single visualization ranked by popularity and rise in popularity. This catalogue explains the meaning of each chart and the tools that make them. You can use it to look up their meaning when you visualize your data or stories.

Search interest data is updated daily.

Co.Design
What does an information designer with access to Google Trend data do? Make a data viz about data viz. At least, that's what the designer Anna Vital did. Her interactive graphic, called The Visualization Universe, uses 10,000 data points to show how different types of charts have varied in popularity over the past 12 months, based on how many people searched… See more
Thefunctionalart
Our latest Google News Lab's visualization ( see the entire series and read about them ) is pretty meta-referential: Designer Anna Vital ...
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