Turns out that performing a GET request on a data URI from PHP works if file_get_contents is used, not if cURL is used. I wonder what support is like for other server side languages — using data URIs in
with could be the basis of some interesting #webactions.
Laurent Eschenauer thanks for the heads-up, on closer inspection it looks like the problem is on your end — the URL in the
with attribute of the action element has that quote at the end
em to embolden search terms in results listings? #html
pcntl_wait($status); //Protect against Zombie children
Every now and again the otherwise banal PHP docs make me laugh.
Cross-browser selection UI injection flow:
s.isCollapsed === false, return
e.textContentnow return useful values, and e’s coordinates can be used to inject UI into the page
To resolve: what element should e be? Or more accurately, what display property should it have?
inline-block (inline mucks up if selection is across block elements, block mucks up selections within text nodes)
Personally I am doing some rather more complex stuff where I author notes using @-names, which get parsed by @cassisjs into
.h-x-username twitter.com-linked anchors, then I transform those into
.h-card’s with data either from my contacts DB (at the mo mirrored from my personal CardDAV share) or from the identengine.com API for people I don’t know. Then all the links in a note get sent pingbacks.
Fat chance of twitter implementing that though ;)
From my initial researches, it looks like
/u/username.json is the best bet, as it gives a JSON array of all posts written by
username, along with like and comment data. It accepts a
max_time=timestamp query param, and a
_ query param, the function of which I am not sure of.
To iterate through all the pages of posts from a certain user, start with their profile URL w/
.json tacked on the end, fetch all the items, get the datetime of the last item, convert that to a timestamp, fetch the same URL with
?max_time=timestamp, repeat until an empty array is returned.
- TUNE_ID: 1 T: Bourree De Brand M: 2/4 L: 1/8 C: Trad. French N: Bourree from France K: G ABC: |- d>B GB|c3g|f>d ef|ga bg|d>B GB|c3g|f>d ef|g4:| |:c2e2|g=fd2|e=fe2|ded2|cB AG|c2e2|g=fd2|e=f/2e/2 dB|c4:| words: genre: folk
I love that #php now has shiny namespacing and a thriving code sharing community, but I think the heavily hierarchical namespacing practises used by some of the community (e.g. symfony components) are unhealthy.
They are difficult to memorise, relying on (often slow) IDE autocomplete, and encourage a
use statement for each class. That’s pretty much a scoped equivalent of
from x import * in python — not a good practise! It’s still namespace pollution, it just takes longer to write.
I am trying to use a more python–like, package-centred approach with much fewer subnamespaces. The outcome of this should be that you
use the package name:
…and then using all the classes/subnamespaces from that root, e.g:
$t = Posse\Helpers::convertHtmlToTwitterFormat($s);
Question: What #HTTP Status code should I use for “You haven’t provided enough/correct information to carry out that method”? Currently I’m thinking
422 Unprocessable Entity.
Context: POST request to a list resource for the creation of a new sub-resource.
Learning new trompette patterns with Gregory Jolivet, and decided to try to evolve a micro syntax for representing them in notes, so I can add some SVG or Audio-API magic afterwards.
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And a variation:
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Rolled out usage of the
menu element on #taproot. I’m looking forward to more browser support for HTML context menus, that will really open up the possibilities for cross-browser extensions
sigh another piece of content ruined by over zealous XML parsing and misguided overuse of