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Integrating Webmentions with Next.JSToday I Learnt @ 0
I recently read about Webmentions and suddenly was hit with a major case of nostalgia for the days of pingbacks and the days of seeing the long list of likes, shares and reposts on Tumblr, and I had to implement it.
Using MongoDB’s Data API, Next.js with SWR to make a page click tracker.Backend @ 0
With a new website build, I wanted to gain some knowledge of what traffic was like on my website, more importantly, my Logs, as these are posts that are a mix of both short and long forms of posts I just wanted to see which of these posts were doing better or worse
Work in ProgressBackend @ 0
I am a big believer in striking while the iron is hot, and personal projects are no exception! So today I've deployed the new look website, but it is still very much a WIP.
It has to change! Shape up! Do Better!Life @ 0
Straight off the bat, DON'T EVER think it's acceptable to fire misogynistic, racial or even for that matter general abuse at another person no matter the person!