I created MTG Builders with the intent of making a web app easy to use.
This web app takes advantage of already established services when dealing with sensitive data, so there won't be a lot to read here (yay!).
To manage the subscriptions, I've partnered with PayPal.
PayPal takes a part of the profits and, in exchange, I don't have to deal with anything related to money transfers.
I sometimes forget where I've put my wallet, but I can't lose your credit card number simply because I don't have access to this information.
The beauty of delegation!
If you want to read more about PayPal application policies and guidelines, click here.
FaunaDB is one of the landmarks in the serverless ecosystem and a great service to develop complex web applications.
Attribute-based access control (ABAC) allows a flexible, fine-grained strategy for managing identity-based operations within Fauna.
For example, users on the Rare tier have access to more features than users on the Uncommon Tier.
ABAC extends the default Fauna authentication and authorization mechanisms.
Ok, too many buzzwords... what does this mean for you?
Basically, Fauna encrypts and stores your credentials, and I don't have access to your password.
Feel free to reach out to me if you want to ask me more or just geek about it!
To comply with the regulations governing cookies under the GDPR and the ePrivacy Directive, it's mandatory to receive users’ consent before using any cookies, except strictly necessary cookies.
Necessary cookies are those essential for browsing the website and using its features, such as accessing secure areas of the site.
Non-essential cookies are usually implemented to gather all sorts of info about users.
This information is then typically sold to third-party companies.
I don't ask for consent to sell your data because I simply don't sell your data.
From day one, I decided that MTG Builders would be ad-free, for everyone. This also makes the web app faster!
What about analytics? I've implemented Google Analytics to understand how people are discovering MTG Builders.
I did activate the anonymize_ip feature to request that all of the users' IP addresses are anonymized.
I don't know who you are, and I've also configured Google Analytics to respect the "Do Not Track" browser setting.