Braden Ericson

bradenericson

Building @sparrowmktg. Formerly @PayPal's Top Inventor.

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@aschmelyun Makes a lot of sense! Definitely some quirks we had to iron out when putting Puppeteer on a production instance. Best of luck!
Really cool! We use puppeteer to generate PDF versions of websites. Does PDFBlade bring in something different that would make us want to start paying for the functionality?
@bradenericson Hey Braden! We're actually using Puppeteer in the backend to render the PDFs. The biggest perk for using PDFBlade vs rolling your own functionality is peace of mind and reliability.

We have guaranteed 99.99% uptime and robust error reporting if something was to go wrong on our end while rendering out your PDF (you'll get a response back in the API as well as an email alert). Depending on what you're rendering, or your business size, it can be a hassle to spin up and maintain architecture dedicated to using Puppeteer.

We're here to help ease that burden!
@aschmelyun Makes a lot of sense! Definitely some quirks we had to iron out when putting Puppeteer on a production instance. Best of luck!
Very cool! I've just resorted to emailing myself the images I need. Would be great to see a solution that cleans up my inbox
Very cool! Will you be providing an API for the analytics? Or allow more than just the facebook pixel for third-party tracking?
@bradenericson We could plan on adding an API for our analytics in the future if there's interest. However, for third party tracking we don't plan to expand beyond the Pixel.
Very cool. A year ago, a friend and I built a crypto arbitrage script but didn't have enough capital to make it profitable. Cool to see you guys going beyond trading scripts to a script that actually creates an exchange 😂👏