Get Sjabloon Unlimited with a subscription
Over the past few months we’ve gotten quite a few requests for smaller recurring payments to get access to Sjabloon Unlimited. This makes sense, because, although Sjabloon is a steal for the value you get, for some people in less fortunate places/situations, the cost upfront for Unlimited at $179 is still quite steep.
That’s why starting today, the first day of 2021, we offer Sjabloon Unlimited to be paid in 12 monthly installments of only $15. After 12 months you keep full-access, just as you had paid the full amount upfront.
If you are interested, reach out to us. We currently don’t have this automated, as such we manually need to set you up.
We hope this opens up Sjabloon to more people and to allow them to build another future for them.
Holidays 2020 discount: 40% off
Various holidays are coming up in many (western) countries. Due to the current world situation these are likely very different for you than previous years. To cater for that and to make it a bit more joyous we will be offering Sjabloon with 40% off.
We want to help everyone get their SaaS product launched. The best way to do this, with Sjabloon, is now even better! 🤑
To get the 20+20=40% discount, use the code
HOLIDAYS2020 on checkout.
🌟 UPDATE 🌟 Because of the popularity of the discount and we can all use a little extra this year, we are extending this discount until 26th of December 2020! 🎆
Few notes: you can’t use this coupon with other discounts, the same terms apply, original 7-days refund policy does not apply, you can buy Sjabloon as many times as you want with the same coupon.
From us at Sjabloon, if you are celebrating, happy holidays. Stay healthy, stay safe. 💪
New release brings support for I18n
The latest release, v1.4, brings the long-awaited support for Internationalization (I18n). Many of the labels, texts and more in your new apps are now using the translate (
t for short) helper from Rails.
It uses a very flat yaml file (ships with English only for now), where keys are stored under their component/function name, instead of page-specific keys. This allows for more reusability and less duplication.
v1.3.1 fixes some minor bugfixes
The latest Sjabloon release fixes some bugs that could occur in some cases related to the teams and invites features.
With v1.3 you can invite others into your new apps
After the v1.2 release that introduced teams for your new Rails app, starting today you can now also invite others to these teams. New users get an email to signup for your app and existing users get an email they have access to the team on your app. Nifty! Furthermore there’s now the option to choose where you want to scope the billing methods (for Stripe) to. Previously this was the authentication model by default (eg. User), but you can now change this to be your Team modal (or Company, Organisation, etc.). There’s now also a handy method that prepends the current Git branch in your
<title />—so you don’t accidentally look at production (or development) when bugfixing. A new releases couldn’t be complete with some minor bugfixes.
New guide on how to load external content in a modal
A new guide on how to set up a clean way to load external content within a modal. Just one reusable Stimulus controller, a oneliner and some attributes added to your HTML. That’s why we love Rails. 😊
Check it out.
Just welcomed the 400th happy user of Sjabloon
Last two weeks Sjabloon saw a slight increase compared to previous weeks. Thus the 400th user of Sjabloon came a bit earlier than expected. 😊 I’m super grateful to everyone of you. Thanks for your trust and I’m looking forward to see what amazing products you all will build. ✌️
A new release is here: v1.2
The next new release brings various improvements, support for the “bullet” and “rack mini profiler” gem. Next up is a new feature that allows you to configure teams and members. This is a first step of a bigger feature, including invitations and authorisation.
Sjabloon has a new owner
Just a few weeks ago I took over as the owner, developer and everything in between of Sjabloon. Before that I was already part-time working on Sjabloon and am excited to continue spending more time on it.
Sjabloon has seen hundreds of customers and thousands of apps built, since its launch in December 2018. It’s an amazing product with even better prospects. I am excited to move its development forwards. If you have any question or suggestions, do get in touch.
Improvements to the knowledge base
The Knowledge Base just got some improvements with, most notably, the option to search through the articles. As the features in Sjabloon grow constantly it becomes (even) more important to improve the documentation. These UI changes are the first step towards this. Looking forward to your feedback!