�� Full Stack SaaS Product Cookbook
From Soup 🍜 to Nuts 🥜 - Create a Profitable SaaS Product as a Solo Developer in Days!
In the Full Stack SaaS Product Cookbook, you'll learn with step-by-step tutorials how to do the following:
- Frontend: how to build an amazing Gatsby site using TypeScript and React with Bootstrap styling, and use Netlify as your frontend CI / CD framework.
- Backend: how to use Netlify Identity and FaunaDB for user data storage and your own .NET 5.0 API running on an Ubuntu 20.04 Digital Ocean Droplet with PostgreSQL 13 for anything more advanced that you may need, and use BitBucket Pipelines as your backend CI / CD framework.
- How to use Slack and logz.io for monitoring and logging, respectively.
- How to use Mailjet for custom emails and email templates.
- How to implement Stripe, Gumroad, and PayPal as your main payment providers.
- How to run automation jobs on the backend.
Sound like overkill? Good, because this isn't a get rich quick scheme. These full stack SaaS products take an enormous amount of work to develop and deploy. My book will show you every step along the way, with plenty of real working code snippets and recipes for anything you may need during the development process.
In the end, you'll be able to build your own completely working full stack SaaS app, from a fancy UI, to a custom API and lambda (AWS) functions, user authentication and authorization, with notifications, logging, emails, and more, at a total cost of $5 / month for the Digital Ocean server droplet. It's then up to you to market your product to make it profitable. (Or think of it this way: you'll need only 1 monthly $5 / month subscriber to break even on your per-month costs!)
The full stack process you'll learn from my book is identical to the process I used on products like The Wheel Screener and The P+Rail Parking Forecast. I'm more than happy to share the process with you, for FREE, or however much you'd like to donate.
I've also created a GitHub Organization for the book and corresponding code bases. This organization will include the book source itself (LaTeX) as I write it, as well as what I am calling 'milestone' repositories that are linked to landmark development points throughout book. I invite you to star the book repository and join me on this SaaS product journey!