Welcome to Chirpmark! — Chirpmark Devlog #1

What tech did I use to build Chirpmark?

The stack I chose to build Chirpmark in is the same stack I always pick for side projects. The main site is built using Next.js with TypeScript. My backend consists of some normal Next.js endpoints and one for tRPC. tRPC is my favorite way to build backends. If you want to learn more, check out my article Stop building REST APIs for your Next.js apps, use tRPC instead or visit the trpc.io for more information.

What can Chirpmark do?

For the version 1.0.0 release on July 18th, Chirpmark will offer what Twitter Blue does and a little bit more. Not only are you be able to create collections to store your bookmarks, but you can add sub-collections as well. This allows you to organize your bookmarks exactly how you want them to.

What’s next in Chirpmarks roadmap?

While this first release is focused more on saving and organizing, I have some really cool ideas for later releases. The next release will most likely focus on making bookmarks themselves useful. I will add the ability to take notes on Tweets, set up reminders for you to revisit them, and export your bookmarks to tools like Notion.

Wrap up

Chirpmark will be available on July 18th, 2022. You can head on over to chirpmark.com to get notified when the app goes live. You can also DM me on Twitter @brockherion with any questions you might have.



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Brock Joseph Herion

Brock Joseph Herion

I am a software developer who love coding in Python, Javascript, and C#. I am a sucker for learning new technologies and tooling to make development easier.