Well, we finally outgrew the original Code Cards site. I'll miss it a little bit. I stitched the site together with Twitter Bootstrap, Amazon S3, and Google Checkout over a few nights last November. And it worked pretty well: managing the site was a pain, but the end user experience was pretty awesome considering how little effort I put into it, thanks to Twitter Bootstrap.
At any rate, that site was never intended to last as long as it did, and now that I've had a chance to catch my breath, I've been able to focus on moving the site to Shopify.
For me, this means no more finding-and-replacing snippets of HTML in 10 different documents whenever I want to add a new product. For you, there are numerous benefits:
As always, thanks for all the support, it's been an amazing couple of months since the launch. Never hesitate, always get in touch with any questions, comments, or issues with the new site—email@example.com.
November 2011: code-cards.com, right before its initial launch