Indie Web Dev is a subreddit for developers, to discuss mostly web development. Members also gather on a Discord server.
You can filter posts on Reddit by using 5 flairs: Growth, Article, Traffic, Showcase, and Advice. The community is mostly to ask questions, request feedback/advice, and share knowledge.
On Discord, there are channels to discuss front-end, back-end, and full-stack development. Members also have a community space to showcase their projects and share suggestions. You can use the #looking-for channels in case you look for collaboration, general help, feedback, or mod help. Lastly, the Discord server has a resources section. You will find external links and articles, among other tools.
Find useful resources:
The Discord server has a resources section. Inside, members share free material as well as articles and links to external resources useful for web developers.
Expand your knowledge:
By being a member of r/Indie Web Dev, you will learn about web development. Members participate in discussions using different channels on Discord.
Find like-minded people:
r/Indie Web Dev brings together developers focused on web development. Thus, you can connect with people with similar perspectives and interests.
Members interact through the subreddit and the Discord server. On Reddit, members create posts and interact by commenting on others' posts. It's a great space to ask questions, request feedback/advice, and share knowledge. On Discord, they also conversate about web development topics. Additionally, there is a community space to talk about off-topic stuff. This space is where members introduce themselves, share suggestions, and showcase their work.
On the Discord server, you will find a section with resources. These include open-source material, articles, links to external resources, and tools to grow as a developer.