A guide to help you get the most out of your website analytics. We'll cover how analytics work, explain common metrics, and share a few tips on what to watch out for.
Today I'm happy to introduce the Panelbear API for all developers. You can now access Stats API: the fast analytics engine that powers all features on Panelbear. In addition, the Sites management API is also available as of today.
I learned that nothing makes people disappear faster from a GitHub thread than asking them if they want to contribute the code changes themselves.
In this article I’ll be talking about some of the main costs and common pitfalls when deciding between self-hosting and using a hosted service.
87% of the American population can be uniquely identified by a combination of just their ZIP code, gender, and date of birth. It doesn’t take much data to accurately identify a person.
There’s just something fascinating about getting to know what’s under the hood of other people’s businesses. It’s like gossip, but about software.
Panelbear started as an embarrassingly simple Django app with no charts, all metrics were rendered on a plain HTML table, and all data was stored on a SQLite database.
Do you find it time consuming to keep up with the nightmare of cookie banners, legal notices, and keeping records of consent when all you wanted was to understand how your website is being used?