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So I made a thing...
Asking for support, just this one!
Hi there! Long time no read, right?!
Sorry about that, for the past few months I’ve been kinda busy working on a side project of mine: VirtualSnap.
VirtualSnap is a Virtual Product Photography Studio, which essentially means you can generate product photos using AI. Like this one:
I’ve been having a lot of fun working on it, and today it’s going live on Product Hunt.
Which is why I’m writing this email today.
Yes, I know, shocker, and you’re more than entitled to close the email and feel like I’ve cheated you into subscribing. But just know this is not a recurring thing, I’m committed to this newsletter and to spreading as much programming knowledge as possible.
However, today I need your help.
You still here?
If you’re still here, first of all, THANK YOU! Not closing the email already means a lot to me!
Second, all I need from you, is that you go to VirtualSnap’s Product Hunt page and support it (by leaving a comment, giving it an up-vote, or perhaps even just sharing the link with your friends, no hard requirements here).
That’s it, that’s all I ask, no money, no “use the product” or anything, just interact with the page somehow.
I’ll be forever thankful if you do!
Also, given how much I’ve learned about NextJS, React and Stable Diffusion in general by building this project, if there is anything in particular you’d like to read about, let me know in the comments, and I’ll use it for my next newsletter issues!
Oh, and one more thing…
Since I have you here, and if you’re interested in Generative AI Art, my friend Zeng has a new newsletter called Picaisso (get it? Because of Picasso and AI? nevermind). You’ll find information about tools to generate your own AI art there, and lots more!
You can join for free, and there are paid options as well if you want to get more out of it. Check it out, it’s really interesting!
Now I’m really done!
That’s it, thank you again, and see you in the next issue!
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