All Things Classic is creating Websites for World of Warcraft: Classic
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I create websites and services for World of Warcraft: Classic.

Web servers and databases aren't free. I have always payed out of my own pocket, but I just quit my job to study. So I can't afford it anymore.

The first website, nostalri.us, was created in August 2015 to keep track of raid reset dates, pvp weekends and in-game events.

I created rank14.com in April 2017. It's a database for items, quests and much more. I refactored 10 year old Russian source code from AoWoW. Now I'm actively working on v2 that is written completely from ground up to support open sourced itemization, faster load speeds and better SEO.

Recently I made kronos3.com that helps the PvPers of Kronos to keep track of brackets, view history and calculate how much RP they need for coming weeks.

If you enjoy my websites, please consider becoming a Patron! You will get to suggest new features and get frequent updates on the development process.
Goals
$0 of $50 per month
This is enough to cover costs for Amazon EC2, Lambda, RDS, Heroku, GitHub and domain fees.
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I create websites and services for World of Warcraft: Classic.

Web servers and databases aren't free. I have always payed out of my own pocket, but I just quit my job to study. So I can't afford it anymore.

The first website, nostalri.us, was created in August 2015 to keep track of raid reset dates, pvp weekends and in-game events.

I created rank14.com in April 2017. It's a database for items, quests and much more. I refactored 10 year old Russian source code from AoWoW. Now I'm actively working on v2 that is written completely from ground up to support open sourced itemization, faster load speeds and better SEO.

Recently I made kronos3.com that helps the PvPers of Kronos to keep track of brackets, view history and calculate how much RP they need for coming weeks.

If you enjoy my websites, please consider becoming a Patron! You will get to suggest new features and get frequent updates on the development process.

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