I have been using maps inside WordPress using Maps Maker Pro. You can see all my major road trips were mapped using that. I like it so much that I paid for it. But recently, I have been thinking about moving map content outside WordPress and maybe using WordPress only to display. Then came the question of how and where to store GIS content.
How many subscribers does my blog have? It’s difficult to answer the question.
I wanted to write a simple web component to display the Blogring. Currently, I have embed.html, I use it in an iframe, inside which we get the data to create the content and set it as the innerHTML of a div. I just wanted a fancy tag that would embed the Blogring.
ad to my readers. Only personal blogs or blogs that individuals write are included. It’s done now, and it’s live.
I have my own pipeline for managing my ReadLater article river. It’s a simple setup using Mecury Feed Parser, CouchDB, and JSONFeed. Of course, it’s all brought together using serverless hot glue.
I use Pushover to get custom notifications on my phone. I do get all kinds of notifications. I get notifications from my server about their status, Notifications from scrapers like the state of HOPCOMS scraping, Notifications from my weather sensor and AQI etc. Well some of them could have been emails or dashboard1...