Cinch is moving away from it’s origin of becoming a quick and easy way for authors to start writing and monetizing their content. Cinch will be continuing it’s goal of helping authors, but instead will be providing the tools needed to help authors build quick, attractive, and conversion oriented sales pages for their books. There
The previous post about choosing the stack totally counts as a dev update, but isn’t labeled as such. Nevertheless, this is the 2nd Dev Update. The front-end of the user Dash has been built out in React. Cinch is a simple and straightforward writing platform, with a feature set specifically designed for writing. As such
Stack selection is rarely given enough thought. This is especially true among established teams. While a team newly formed has yet to develop a strong working relationship and shared development habits, an established team often falls back to the comfortably known. My first instinct with Cinch was to go Server Side Rendered (SSR) over Single
Cinch is for writers who want to write. With a focus on site speed, clean typography, and ease of use Cinch is the platform every writer deserves. Cinch doesn’t have a complicated UI and doesn’t need to be installed on your own server.