Introducing: WATCH3R

Published 31.10.2020, 2 minute read

Nothing fancy, just a small announcement for an app I recently built.

WATCH3R logo splash screen

WATCH3R is a free service that provides basic information about movies and tv shows. It allows you to create a dedicated watchlist and journal to collect your thoughts after watching something.

Both lists are capable of search and sorting, making sure you don’t lose track of your listed titles. WATCH3R also includes recommendations based on titles in your journal (via TMDb’s API).

More infos and screenshots can be found here: About WATCH3R

Once again, it’s a free app, so you’re welcome to request an invite anytime 😎

Technical Details

On top of watching the same movie twice within 3 years, making use of Vue 3 was the main reason I started working on this application. I’ll publish a separate article on my developer experience soon; for the time being, here’s a quick summary of the technical details:

I decided to stick to the approach that already worked well for my recipes app earlier this year. It’s a really powerful stack and as of writing this, I feel quite confident using it - Vue 3 (and its Composition API in particular) is a huge step forward and an absolute pleasure to work with.

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