Product Hunt Daily Digest
January 5th, 2023


Is VC investing returning to its pre-2022 heights? Probably not, but talks about a possible tender offer that would value OpenAI at $29B might shake things up. 

How developers are using AI

While many fear AI will steal their jobs, developers don’t seem to worry about it as much. In fact, we continue seeing developers build new tools that use AI to make their jobs easier and more productive.  

Github’s Copilot is getting better and smarter, and Replit recently launched its own AI coding tool, Ghostwriter. Here’s a rundown of other AI developer tools you might’ve missed:

HTTPie uses AI to help you interact with APIs. You can describe a request using natural language (like “Fetch last release details of httpie/desktop”), and HTTPie generates the request that you can then save and use. You can also ask the AI to generate an HTTP request by describing its low-level components like the URL, headers, and body. 

terminalGPT is a chatbot for your terminal that can understand and respond to various topics and questions in real time. 

AI Query generates SQL queries using basic English.

AI Code Reviewer is like having a personal tutor for coding. The tool lets you know when something doesn’t look right with your code, as well as allows you to ask questions. 

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Penpot brings design freedom to product teams

Collaboration between designers and developers can get messy. Penpot is a multiplayer, open-source design platform that makes it easy for everyone on your team to be part of the design process.

Open source +  SVG and web standards = zero vendor lock-in. Penpot also offers cloud and self-host service, giving your team absolute freedom. 

Bye-bye, design silos. 👋

  • If at any point during 2022, you thought, “this meeting could’ve been an email,” this Calendar Review may give you some motivation for more async collaboration in 2023. It’s like Spotify Wrapped, but for your calendar. 

  • And ICYMI, yesterday we launched our own Wrapped-like experience, Product Hunt Rewind. There’s still time to generate yours and see how you contributed in 2022. 

  • Retro Pod turns your iPhone into an iPod. The music player syncs with your Apple Music to let you relive the click wheel days.

  • “Maybe you just want to focus on the content of a tweet rather than its popularity.” countless is a Chrome extension that hides tweet views across Twitter.

Talk to YC founders

Y Combinator launched its Founder Directory to help prospective founders seeking support discover YC alumni by batch, industry, region, and background.