Developer, golfer, foodie.
This afternoon I rolled out the one feature that Stew Share customers have requested repeatedly: the ability to tag recipes.
When you create or edit a recipe you can now add custom tags:
These tags will then display on the recipe and clicking any of them will filter the explore section of the site to only show recipes with that tag.
Next up I will be adding the ability to filter your own recipes by tag…
The past few months I’ve been working on a project in my free time addressing a personal need: the ability to privately share recipes with friends and family.
There are a lot of recipe websites out there already, but none of them seem to focus on sharing recipes within social circles, and none offer the ability to share recipes privately.
I therefore decided to build Stew Share. It is a work in progress, but all of the basic functionality is available, including creating recipes and sharing them with groups of friends.
Anyone can join and share public recipes and you can subscribe to unlock the ability to create private recipes. Feedback is welcome and much appreciated.
Please check it out and let me know what you think!
I possess a device in my pocket that is capable of accessing the entirety of information known to man.
I use it to look at pictures of cats and get in arguments with strangers.
"Betting completely on HTML5 is one of the, if not THE biggest strategic mistake we’ve made."
Mark Zuckerberg, speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt
Really interesting to see the failure of HTML5 on mobile for Facebook. HTML5 is definitely the future… but for now native is the way to go for the best user experience.
This is a really good idea.