Bird's Eye View of a Profitable Web App
We take a look at the main flows through a web application I've been running for over ten years, OxbridgeNotes. You'll see each side of this marketplace, along with its admin area. You'll visit Google Analytics to see the traffic figures, and afterwards we'll return to the command line and analyze the codebase size, showing off some handy tools in the process.
- I jumped from directory to directory with the Z command.
- The grayed-out arguments in my shell that came from my history were populated
thanks to the zsh-autosuggestions plugin.
- The Google Analytics reports I used were "Real Time/Overview", "Audience/Overview", and "Acquisition/Overview".
- On Oxbridge Notes, we visited the law
notes page and the sell
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