Clickup is easy to use, with lots of features and a great UI. Clickup has an affordable subscription model suitable for single seat personal use if you choose to upgrade for more features. Sometimes the more complex features are a little confusing but there's a lot of documentation and tutorials online to help you. I doubt there's a more sophisticated task/project management solution.

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SES has native Laravel integration, was easy to set up and there's a large free quota. For simply sending emails, it was an obvious choice as we already use the AWS ecosystem for other parts of the Whyp project.

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Postman makes building and testing APIs really easy. The free cloud storage makes it easy to share collections with other developers.

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The Whyp transcoders are written in C# for reliabilty, speed and ease of distribution. C# is a beautiful language but slower to develop with than other languages/frameworks which is why we don't use it for the API yet.

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Vue.js is a great frontend framework for beginners and has excellent documentation and performance. It was an obvious choice when first building Whyp.

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BunnyCDN is fast, very easy to use and extremely affordable. Their network has many edge nodes and their dashboard provides great insight and analytics. Support were friendly on the one occasion I reached out to suggest a feature.

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We use Checkly to monitor some API endpoints and pages for uptime. The notifications are useful to alert you of downtime and the free tier is more than enough for a couple of checks.

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We are using the Digital Ocean App Platform as an afforable continuous deployment and hosting solution for the Whyp frontend which uses server-sided rendering. We used PM2 on a linux machine for a long time but eventually moved away from that as it's not as easy to scale/monitor as the cloud.

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