PostHog

🦔 PostHog provides open-source product analytics, session recording, feature flagging and a/b testing that you can self-host. (by PostHog)

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PostHog reviews and mentions

Posts with mentions or reviews of PostHog. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-09-08.
  • What tools should I use to gather custom metrics about my Django application?
    4 projects | reddit.com/r/django | 8 Sep 2022
  • Ask HN: Who is hiring? (September 2022)
    20 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Sep 2022
    PostHog is open-source product analytics. Graduated YC W20, we were the most popular B2B software HN launch since 2012. Our GitHub repo [0] has 9k stars and a growing and active community. We've raised significant funding, default alive, and are growing quickly. We're 30+ people. Our stack is Django/React/Redux (Kea -- main contributor works at PostHog too!).

    Our mission is to build tools that will increase the number of successful products that exist in the world.

    We are looking for Backend Engineers & SREs to take care of scaling to 1 Trillion+ events, both for our cloud offering and larger customers who are self hosting. If you are interested in processing data reliably at scale and love databases like ClickHouse, this is your role!

    We have a culture of written async communication (see our handbook [1]), lots of individual responsibility and an opportunity to make a huge impact. Being fully remote means we're able to create a team that is truly diverse. We're based all over the world, and the team includes former YC founders, CTOs turned developers and recent grads.

    To apply see https://posthog.com/careers or email us [email protected]

    [0] https://github.com/posthog/posthog [1] https://posthog.com/handbook/

  • We built a $1M ARR open source SaaS
    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Jun 2022
    Since reading the thread on money-making side hustles on HN a few days back[1], I was able to finally brush off my procrastination and start twiddling with some of my side projects that have been lying dormant over the years! And the model Plausible uses (I think the right term is "Open Core"?) which is also used by the incredible Product analytics tool Posthog [1] aligns really well with how I want to build out my side-hustles. Open source, but also available packaged and hosted if you so prefer.

    One thing I was concerned about was about revenue that these "open source by default" products make, so glad that this post has come along just in time to alleviate some of those concerns (of course, as with most engineering side projects, the priority is to build something cool first, and if it ends up making some money, then all the better!) and it's always nice to see successful OSS-driven products in a crowded analytics space.

    Congrats folks!

    [1] https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=31764696

    [2] https://posthog.com/

  • Can you recommend an open source django project that is well structured and follows best practices for me to look at?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/djangolearning | 6 Jun 2022
    Posthog was my go to when I was first learning - https://github.com/PostHog/posthog, but the code base is pretty advanced
  • Ask HN: Who is hiring? (June 2022)
    22 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Jun 2022
    PostHog | Remote (US/Europe timezones) | Senior Product Manager, Senior Data Engineer, SRE & more! |

    [https://posthog.com](https://posthog.com/)

    PostHog is open-source product analytics. Graduated YC W20, we were the most popular B2B software HN launch since 2012. Our GitHub repo [0] has 8k stars and a growing and active community. We've raised significant funding, default alive, and are growing quickly. We're 30+ people. Our stack is Django/React/Redux (Kea -- main contributor works at PostHog too!).

    We are looking for Senior Product Managers to help us stay focussed in executing against our vision of building tools that will increase the number of successful products that exist in the world.

    We are also looking for DEs & SREs to take care of scaling to 1 Trillion+ events, both for our cloud offering and larger customers.

    We have a culture of written async communication (see our handbook [1]), lots of individual responsibility and an opportunity to make a huge impact. Being fully remote means we're able to create a team that is truly diverse. We're based all over the world, and the team includes former YC founders, CTOs turned developers and recent grads.

    To apply see [https://posthog.com/careers](https://posthog.com/careers) or email us [email protected]

    [0] [https://github.com/posthog/posthog](https://github.com/posth... [1] [https://posthog.com/handbook/](https://posthog.com/handbook/...

  • Real-world opensource projects built using Django REST framework?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/django | 30 May 2022
  • Kea 3.0 – State Management via Logic Builders
    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 12 May 2022
    Well, in PostHog (I'm a colleague of Twixes), we just decided here [] to go with Kea, as I had more experience with it.

    Had Redux Toolkit been around when I started with Redux in 2016, I probably wouldn't have needed to write Kea. However I'm glad I did, as I now do consider Kea to be the better toolkit for the same job. :D. I know you disagree, and that's all fine of course :).

    In my mind Kea fills in all the missing parts from React, while Redux Toolkit is still a set of utility functions for state management. You still need to find another set of tools for data loading (I see this has improved), complex data or form management, app routing, scene handling, etc. Redux Toolkit doesn't bother with most of that, and I don't think it should.

    Kea however comes with solutions for all of those. The only thing missing from being able to build a complete app is a JS module bundler. Just sit down and start writing your actual app with the least amount of syntax possible to explain things in a redux'y way. Many people have told me that with Kea, the framework basically gets out of the way and disappears.

    Now with the Kea 3.0 Logic Builder syntax, Kea is suddenly like lego for state management. I'm curious to see if this picks up or not. I can't unfortunately link Kea from redux.js.org to drive traffic :).

    [] https://github.com/PostHog/posthog/issues/301 -- the magic of working in an open source company is that we can post stuff like this. We're hiring!

    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 12 May 2022
    We use it in prod at PostHog (https://posthog.com/) and it's SUPER practical as an abstraction over Redux's boilerplate. Also makes for really sensible separation of logic from presentation. Only TypeScript support requires a bit of additional setup as type inference doesn't work with this architecture.
  • Self Hostable Open Source Alternatives to Commercial products
    15 projects | dev.to | 10 Apr 2022
    Posthog (https://github.com/PostHog/posthog)
  • Real hidden gems when it comes to self hosting
    68 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 17 Mar 2022
    Having read the thread, I'd check out: - Posthog - great for product analytics. We used Mixpanel, then Amplitude, then Posthog. The UI is a little lagging but the speed is great and the community is very responsive. They're also introducing A/B testing soon which is a game changer. - Budibase - great for building simple CRUD apps and public forms (within our own environnents). We used PowerApps, then spent 6 months searching and testing alternatives. To summarise, Retool was good, Appsmith was poor, and Budibase was the best for our use case. I tried Tooljet for the first time today but couldn't get it working sadly but that's probably through my own stupidity.
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