Last Updated: 20-August-2015
As the title suggests, I have been quietly working away building a web app in my spare time, there is more to do yet but it is arguably already a useful tool and with a bit of polish I could probably launch it. Without giving to much away it basically diagnoses indexing issues within Google. That's it.
It's been a fairly rapid development I only started it a few weeks ago and already it have full authentication rolled into it, the ability to register, log in and out etc. and the main functionality of what the app is going to offer is there along with CSV downloads.
Bits I need to add are a payment system - I have no idea about this or the best way to bill for it!! As well as building in some safety nets, there is a large amount of querying done against both websites and Google so there are some requests that are not successful.
Currently as it stands the number of lines of code is at 757 3,000+ this is not including HTML, CSS, JS or the logic used with in Jinja2.
All in all I'm happy with the development, this is probably the most I have written, code-wise, for one project/script and it's been a really good learning curve too.
If you have a website and you want to be a beta tester let me know :)
About the author
Craig Addyman @craigaddyman
Head of Digital Marketing. Python Coder.