Supabase & Sveltekit - Realtime Blog

How to use realtime feature in supabase. Also, a good usecase for readable stores!

NOTE: This is a PUBLIC blog so everyone would have access.

Github: https://github.com/sveltemaster/sveltekit-supabase-realtime-blog 
Docs: https://supabase.io/docs/reference/javascript/subscribe 

#supabase #sveltekit 

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Supabase & Sveltekit - Realtime Blog

Supabase & Sveltekit - Realtime Blog

How to use realtime feature in supabase. Also, a good usecase for readable stores!

NOTE: This is a PUBLIC blog so everyone would have access.

Github: https://github.com/sveltemaster/sveltekit-supabase-realtime-blog 
Docs: https://supabase.io/docs/reference/javascript/subscribe 

#supabase #sveltekit 

Tyrique  Littel

Tyrique Littel

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How To Create a Developer Blog on DevDojo

Nowadays, creating a blog is easy. But, with all the different options available, you might go crazy by just doing the research.

Should you choose WordPress and tweak the theme to get it the way you like, or a static site generator with no admin interface and complicated build processes?

All you want is a simple blog where you can write about the shit you love.

So why can’t it be simpler? Well, now it is with the DevDojo Dev Blog!

Setting up a Domain

Your Dev Blog will have a default subdomain username.devdojo.com, and you may choose to add a custom domain as well.

If you wish to use a custom domain, add a CNAME record to your Cloudflare DNS, with your subdomain in the CONTENT section. Wait a few minutes and you’ll have your custom domain resolving in minutes.

Want a video on how to do this, You got it!

Themes

At the moment of writing this, there are 2 themes you can choose from (many more to come). Each theme will have a light/dark mode and is built for speed!

Themes are built using the awesome TailwindCSS library. If you pair that with PurgeCSS, minimal javascript, and Cloudflare caching. That’s just a recipe for a fast website.

#developer-blog #dev-blog #web-development #portfolio #blog #blogging #developer-tools #writing

Terry  Tremblay

Terry Tremblay

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How to Add Medium Blogs on your React App

Medium is becoming the popular platform for writing blogs, writing about your projects, and a lot more. On the other hand, React is also becoming very popular among the developers to create dynamic responsive web applications. In this article, I am going to show how you can embed medium blogs on your react app using API. Using the same API you can embed medium blogs on any frontend web applications. In this article, I am going to say how to start from scratch.

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Step 1: Setting Up React Project

First, we need to create a react application. For that run the following command in your shell/terminal in a specific folder (e.g., desktop )

npx create-react-app medium-blogs-on-react

A new folder will be created with the name you have given in your command. So for me, it is medium-blogs-on-react. Then you can go to the choice of your IDE to work on it. I personally use the VS Code

Step 2: Manage your folder Structure

So you can choose your folder structure according to your choice. I personally prefer to move all components inside components folder like as shown below

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Inside the Component folder, I have made two components. Blog and Show Blog. The purpose of the Blog component is to use an API and get all the post and pass it down as props to Show Blog Component

#javascript #blogging #api #react #blog

Juana  O'Keefe

Juana O'Keefe

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Setup a blog in minutes with Jekyll & Github

A blog lets a person express his/her thoughts, and everyone craves to have his/her blog. Creating a blog is quite simple as of today. Open-source software such as wordpressjekyllhugo can help you create & set up your blog. In this post, we will see about Jekyll and how to host it in Github for free.

Create a brand new Jekyll blog

Install Jekyll using the instructions provided here. You mainly need rubyruby gemsgccmake as pre-requisite. Run the below commands to get a new blog up and running.

gem install jekyll bundler
jekyll new my-new-blog
cd my-new-blog
bundle exec jekyll serve

#jekyll #blogging #blog #github-pages #github

Nico Jonsson

Nico Jonsson

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How to Build Blog App using Angular 8

Developing a Blogging (Education) Application using Angular 8.

Image Souce Pexels.com

Live Demo:  Angular-Bloggin-App

Github Link: https://github.com/mehulk05/Angular-Blogging-App

This project was generated with  Angular CLI version 8.1.1.

Getting Started

In this blog , we will build a simple blog CMS that can add, edit, delete and view blog posts and categories. So, there are two entities or models that required for this simple blog CMS. There only authenticated users that can access this CMS. After user login, the user can do CRUD (create, read, update, delete) operation on post and category models.

Let’s get started by cloning the source code from the first part of the tutorial series.

git clone https://github.com/mehulk05/Angular-Blogging-App.git

Functionalities

  1. User Registration using Firebase Authentication (using Email/Password | Google Authentication )
  2. CRUD Operations like
  • Users can add a blog to his List.
  • Admin can add Blog to the Blog list
  • Admin can edit/delete the Blog.

3. Security

  • Implemented Authentication and Authorization

#firebase #blog #blogging #angular #javascript