@freedcreative I'd like to pick your brain on something. What do you think of Phoenix's LiveView?
It allows for interactive web design by writing server side code. One one hand, it still required JS to handle the client side socket and HTML editing, but on the other I think you end up shipping less data over the wire.
It can be used to "reinvent" forms, but it can also be used alongside native form handling.
Darn, I know this was talked about previously on Fedi, but does anyone know what commands are being used to select the 3 "Task" lines in the vim-emmet demo?
Alright Fedi. I think we should all try and come together to solve a world problem. Namely, inputting your resume into websites. Either it's manual input, file (pdf, docx) scanning or LinkedIn.
We need an open format with libraries in common web languages and pandoc so that we can have an oauth2 like environment to input your CV. Heck, make it based on Activity Pub...
*insert various XKCD here*
Tried working with Elixir Phoenix's LiveView today. Cool technology, but their default scaffold has a small issue. I also tried to proxy requests in-app so that different subdomains can run on the same socket and end up having debug warnings about a special LiveView route not being available...
@Gargron is there a feature or just a good way to follow up on a thread of toots? For example, I see a conversation developing and I want to see a response.
I won't get any notifications about it unless I add a toot and someone interacts with it. Starring it might work, but that still relies on me checking on it which could be wasted time.
If everyone in an economic system had good financial habits, would the economy be good or bad?
As in, the economy works by some people taking out loans and then then paying interest. The interest is given back to other people who deposited the money. Some people who took out loans can't pay them back, so they lose collateral. That's a bit of a circular system.
What happens if you stop that system. Is it just boring and no one spends anything?
Actual question. Have taken basic micro-economics.
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