5 Alternatives to Stack Decisions
WhatRuns is a free technology lookup tool for developers, designers and salespeople to discover the technologies used on any website.
Jijo Sunny- founder, Brew.com and BuyMeACoffee.comBest way to lookup the tech stack of a website (any website).
Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks IncWhatruns is incredibly useful to learn about the elements that run in the backend of a website.
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Make Tech EasierWhatRuns extension is one click away for you to find technologies used on any website you visit. From Developer Tools and Ad Networks to Wordpress Plugins and Themes, we detect even the new and upcoming tools and services.
Hacker NoonIn this article I won't be talking about big front end frameworks such as React, Angular, Vue etc... nor already popular code editors like Atom, VS Code, Sublime... I simply want to share a list of tools I find useful for speeding up a developer's workflow.
YcombinatorSorry about the occasional false detections. We are looking into this. This is largely because we detect a considerably large number of technologies/plugins compared to our counterparts. Lots of possibilities for false pattern recognition etc. Rest assured our team is working round the clock to improve accuracy and add more technologies/plugins.
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Merca20Si estás interesado en conocer qué tecnología hay integradas tras los sitios web que visitan esta es una imperdible recomendación. WhatRuns es una nueva extensión para Chrome que te permitirá detectar y mostrar información con respecto a los marcos, herramientas analíticas, sistemas de gestión de contenidos, temas, plugins, tipografías, sólo por mencionar al… See more
Product HuntThe summer is often a slow season in the business world. But, not for startups-August was as busy a month as ever for incredible new product launches, and great product extensions from some of our favorite companies.
Webdesigner DepotFall into something new this time of year, with a collection of challenges, tutorials and new tools to speed up your workflows. This month's collection of new design and development tools is sure to inspire you to try something a little different or add a new skill or tool to your repertoire.
Co.DesignWhat powers the sites you use every day? What language was it programmed in? What fonts does it use? How does it track people who visit? Those details usually take some digging to uncover-but a new browser extension for Chrome called WhatRuns instantly surfaces the tools and programs that power any website on the internet.
Ayan Barua- Cofounder, SifteryI might be totally biased here folks, but honestly, it's gotta be Siftery! Some of the things we are building now will spice it up even more.
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TechCrunchWhen companies have to pick what kinds of services they want for their operation - like marketing or human resources - they can easily be paralyzed by choice. That's why Vamshi Mokshagundam and Ayan Barua decided to start Siftery, a database of sorts where companies list their software stacks.
GigaomWe've seen a massive change in the enterprise software market in the last dozen years and it can be described by four numbers (20, 10, 12, and 4).
NewCo ShiftGet Shift Done: Management Adding a new online solution to the lineup your company already uses can be a challenge. After all, how do you know they'll all work together? It used to take a time-consuming combination of research and trial and error to answer that question. That is, until Siftery came along.