There's tools like BuiltWith which are a good way to explore what other sites use. Although it can only use information that can be gleaned from the web responses, it can provide a surprising amount of insight into the stacks others use, especially on the front-end.
stackshare.io/ is also very useful
Siftery should also help as Stackshare tends to miss out on certain organizations.
The catch? On siftery, you can only view content on sign-up which needs a work email ID, i.e: Gmail / Hotmail / Yahoo won't work. A workaround I use is to create an account using email ID(s) via Temp-Mail
the only useful website i think is disposable mail its useful becaause its help you to reduce spam
Wappalizer Chrome extension is what I use. Been addicted to looking up other people's tech stack
That does look pretty neat. Link for the lazy: wappalyzer.com/download
Cool stuff. Thanks for sharing Scott!
Deployments and Infrastructure
It's all open source as well here
Working at Fewlines, we're huge fan of functional programming and we build API-first softwares.
We use Elm for most of our front-end and we build the back-end with Elixir (OTP/Plug/Poison/Cowboy and sometimes Phoenix). PostgreSQL handle our data, RabbitMQ manage our events and ELK for logs related stuff.
Our server infrastructure is mostly "cloud agnostic" and based on Kubernetes (with Helm) & Docker.
Thank you for posting this! I know this is a few months old and I'm late to the party. Just want to say thanks for everyone to place more context outside of a simple builtwith query. We're dabbling in posting our tech stack and more in a dev blog. This thread is helping give more validation to posting a tech stack.
Glad to hear it's helping you out @bzdata
Primarily Microsoft .NET platform doing a little bit of everything from Windows services to WinForms to WPF to WCF to Web API to MVC (with some JQuery). Backends, mostly SQL Server and Oracle.
I've dabbled a bit in PHP, MySQL and Java but they have never been my primary focus.
Probably feels good to move over to Web API from WCF I imagine? 😉. Thanks for sharing.
It is, although I'm currently dealing with a mixture of legacy WCF and new Web API.
Heroku, a bit of AWS (mostly S3 and Simple Notification Service), no Docker for now
Thanks for sharing rhymes.
Deployments and infrastucture:
I like to keep it simple.
If I work with Angular I use their CLI and NGRX to handle the state.
I'm currently moving from a Java-based company to a Ruby one. So we can say my current stack is:
Our deployment method varies from project to project, the most interesting ones get to be deployed as Docker containers on our OpenShift Origin server.
At the new company they use:
Deployed on AWS ECS and some bare EC2 instances
We have a few products, so the bird's eye view of our tech stack looks like this:
Just for variety, here are some of the tools we use for our desktop apps and analysis:
Front-End: RiotJS or VueJS
Back-End : ArangoDB + Foxx and Foxxy
Sometimes I use Ruby on Rails also but softly moving to 100% JS stack
Also moving to Crystal Lang when speed is needed.
Recompose / Apollo
Ruby on Rails
Elixir / Umbrella / OTP
Capistrano / Distillery
Terraform / Packer
Docker / Kubernetes
C# & ASP.NET Web API
AWS & Heroku
Thanks for sharing Peter. Do you do SSR for React? I know there was some support for this with ASP.NET MVC a couple years back.
No I don't.
Tools and Editor:
My current stack:
My desired stack:
Cool stuff. Thanks for sharing Pim!
All hosted by AWS
Do you run your own Jenkins server or are you using Cloudbees? I'm curious to know what you're building too with a mix of Scala, Python and Node in the backend.
Not sure for Jenkins. I'll ask. For the other stuff, Node, Scala and Python for our Conversational Marketing Cloud Platform.
I was suspecting you did some AI stuff when I saw Python in the mix. But perhaps it's for something else. Looks cool!
No, you're right. It's for AI. Our platform uses AI.
Thanks for sharing Erhan.
Frontend: Angular, Razor with vanilla JS, Patiently waiting for Blazor
Backend: .Net Core, C#, PostgreSQL, looking forward to trying out CosmosDB
Heroku/Postgres/Rails/Webpacker/Bootstrap. About to add a new section with a different frontend, maybe Stimulus/Tailwind.
git post-receive hook
Thanks for sharing Artemix. That reminds me. I forgot to add our databases.
Well I'm yet to apply for jobs, but I do work with Python Django, now Node.js and HTML, CSS, Vanilla
Mainly websites built with Drupal 7/8 - with gulp/yarn/sass - with MySQL backen. Cache is with memcached or Redis . Solr used for external search. Deployment done with drush and deployotron.
My stack lokks like This
I work at a Startup and here's our tech stack:
. npm scripts
. WordPress / PHP
. Google Cloud
. Big Query
Thanks for sharing Muhammad!
-React (Native for mobile)
Recently TypeScript for almost everything + Postgres for all database related things.
For work it is usually Python + MySQL.
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