Why I use server-driven content negotiation for APIs to allow for versioning and allowing different representations of APIs.
Great read! I like the idea at the end of providing different experiences based on the client. I might give that a try on my own site.
I've seen vendor
Accept headers before, but never seen any detail on the format. Is the
application/vnd.*+json just a convention or is it standardized somewhere?
there is currently no plan for PWA support in Firefox 😱😥😭 https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1682593#c8
This is really disappointing. One of the main benefits of PWAs was how they could replace the need for native apps in some situations. I thought this was the start of getting rid of Electron apps. I don't understand how Mozilla makes these decisions. 😢😠
It's really disappointing that a prevailing take on the Cyberpunk fiasco is that gamers need to give developers/publishers a break and stop making a fuss. They want to take away game ownership, make you buy a new platform every few years, make dev teams crunch, etc. But when a game comes out riddled with bugs and people complain about it, they say no software is bug free, learn to live with it or people don't really want refunds, they just like to complain. Gaming journalists/pundits never want t...
They're also so happy when Fortnite rips off another game (which is always a game made by a much smaller team). It pivoted to battle royale when PUBG was getting big, now it's ripping off Among Us and they celebrate its innovation. Epic is using the Facebook strategy for a gaming platform and games pundits are loving it.
🎶 One of these blurbs is not like the others, one of these blurbs doesn’t belong…🎶
lol, that's awesome. Congrats
Bummer that the #PineTab won't be available until March, but understandable. I'm excited about that #PinePhone keyboard case, though!
Several years ago, I was sitting with a designer working on a project, when she started drafting an email about our work. She quickly wrote the email and was...
Definitely. Content clarity is the whole point of writing. If you can spend an extra 30 seconds formatting some writing, anyone reading that work gets more than a 30 second return.
Happy Thanksgiving to everybody! I've been looking up #recipes to use up leftovers, so now I'm working on adding `h-recipe` support to my #MicroPub implementation. Hopefully, I'll have it done by the end of the weekend.
As a side note, the way I'm going to display the recipes will put any notes or description I have at the end, because that's how recipes should be shown! The notes will mostly be my comments after having made the recipe and thoughts on how I might change it when making it in the...
I'm including a field in my
h-recipe objects called
inspired_by so that I can copy #recipes to my site, while still providing original authoring information. Then once it's on my site, I'll add my own notes or changes. Recipes are all about making them your own and using what you have and like. I like the idea of someone posting a recipe and then someone else copying and remixing it.
This is really cool! Would the website support generate the same book as HTML pages?
It's too bad this wasn't started as a podcast. I'd love to give it a try, but I'm not using facebook to do it.
I went to school at Clemson, which led to a job here in Greenville at CU-ICAR. Greenville is a much prettier and nicer city to my home city of Columbia, so I stayed (though technically I live in Simpsonville now).
Daniel is a Full Stack Engineer who outside work hours is usually found working on side projects or blogging about the Software Engineering world.
Great write up! I had actually just done this on my site, but reading your article made me realize my dates weren't formatted correctly because of Timex. I grabbed your
to_rfc822 function and now my feed is validating correctly!
You may want to add some
link tags to your html so your feed can be autodiscovered. I found the link to your feed at the bottom of the page, but entering your homepage url into my reader didn't turn up anything.
Netflix doesn't allow users to sign up on ios, because of the ridiculous IAP requirements and I think Amazon and Spotify do something similar. I hope they do the same on Android. When customers start losing features (on Android) and complaining that they can't sign up for services on their device, it'll look real bad for Google and Apple.