The Last test didn't work. I've made some modifications, so trying again.
Third #webmentions test
Second #webmentions test
Testing my #webmentions sending from my new Elixir site
Exactly! The 30% wouldn't matter if Apple didn't block every opportunity for competition for businesses and any non-Apple option for customers.
Here's a note to test my latest iteration of my micropub endpoint
This is a #test of my #Elixir site.
How we can replace event platforms like Meetup.com with your own IndieWeb-backed platforms.
I don't ever worry about getting responses so don't feel bad about that.<br><br>And I definitely understand the Itch! As soon as I got my site set up, I decided to rewrite it using a different stack. 😆
I like that they're shorter, using one style means I don't have to think about the differences between the two, and arrow functions emphasizes that functions are just variables.<br><br>Also, your two examples aren't exactly equivalent. The arrow functions has an implicit return, so it returns whatever
stuff() returns. The
function based function has no return value.
Update 21 October 2019: I decided to remove these from my site as monitoring and moderating them became a lot of work on popular articles. I think the tech is cool as heck, it’s just not for me at this time.I might pick it up again in the future witho...
👍 It reached me