RSS-Bridge is a PHP project capable of generating RSS and Atom feeds for websites that don’t have one. It can be used on webservers or as a stand-alone application in CLI mode.
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Fetches and converts data between social networks, HTML and JSON with microformats2, ActivityStreams 1 and 2, Atom, RSS, JSON Feed, and more.
I have a new home on the internet. I don’t visit the Twitter home timeline or the Facebook news feed anymore. I don’t open the Instagram app except when I post a photo. I still have accounts there — I just don’t visit those sites anymore. Instead, I have my own new space on the internet where everything I’m interested in is consolidated, and I can read and reply to things from there.
This post is still a huge source inspiration to me. A goal I want to achieve.
This is a set of minimalistic Go-based microservices that aid you in your IndieWeb Jamstack coolness 😎. Currently, it handles Webmentions and Pingbacks for your statically generated website.
Small and independent blogs are always full of surprises. The more blogs I stumble upon, the more genuinely surprised I am by the things people do with their blogs. It seemed like a good idea to summarize highlights here. I hope it might inspire non-bloggers to blog and bloggers to tinker more with their site—because obviously the tinkering never ends!
Microformats are a simple way to add more meaning to your HTML.
A “read later” service built for the open web
indiebookclub is a simple app for tracking books you are reading.
Indiekit is the little server that connects your personal website to the independent web.