Share Data Without Sharing Credentials: Introducing Pipe-level Permissions
How to Embed a Live, Refreshable D3.js Chart into GitHub Pages
A 90 Degree Tilt: Introducing Vertical Pipes
A Simple Pipe Routing Example: HTML Upload to HTML Display
Introducing our API and Command Line Interface: Flex.io for Developers
Just Binge-Listened to 95 SaaStr Podcasts, Here's What I Learned
Adding Dynamic Content to a Static Web Page
Lessons from the Data Ecosystem: Part 2
What We've Learned from Exploring the Data Ecosystem: Part 1
Thoughts on the Data Ecosystem
The Flex.io Blog
Who needs a #drinkwithharry?
Over the past few weeks, I tasked myself with listening to all ~32 hours of the SaaStr podcast, in preparation for the SaaStr Annual conference. Each show is an incredibly dense, 20-minute nugget on the business of SaaS. IMHO, it is totally and completely worthwhile to meander through twice-weekly.
Cloud-based data pipes are, by nature, pretty flexible and able to handle a bunch of different kinds of data busywork. One of those uses is to spin up dynamic content without spinning up a server. This makes it possible to host a rich, interactive website on static backends like S3, GitHub, or Forge.
As we’ve progressed through our private beta, one of the most fruitful activities has been talking with folks in different user communities about their data projects. This has had a profound impact on our product vision and roadmap (including a few major pivots).
In the brief history of the data ecosystem, the query builder already seems like a relic of a bygone era. Compared to predictive analytics, machine learning, and all the innovation going on around Big Data, the query builder is hardly a shiny new thing.
Over the summer, we embarked on a research project to learn more about data journalism and how data journalists work with data.