by Jakob Greenfeld
Who should consider using the Lagstack?
For almost all research-as-a-service products, the Lagstack is a perfect starting point.
If the product is a huge success it's still easily possible to build a more sophisticated interface and backend later.
Do I need programming skills?
No. For example, the combination Carrd + Airtable + Gumroad requires zero coding skills.
How can I sell my product on a Carrd landing page?
Carrd has a specific Gumroad widget. The exact steps are described in this tutorial.
I don't want to build an extra landing page. Do I really need one?
If you're selling on Gumroad, you can use the product page as your landing page. The design, however, is not that great and there aren't many customization options.
How does the access to the database link up with the payment?
You can either redirect customers directly to the Airtable after the purchase, send them an email with a link to it, or prepare or PDF or TXT document with the link.
All of these options work out of the box with Gumroad but require some Zapier magic if you're using Stripe.
Where can I find great HTML templates?
But of course, you can also use any CSS framework like Bulma or Bootstrap instead of Tailwind.