Hexo versus WordPress
As a developer, many of the features of Hexo are appealing to me. However, the WordPress ecosystem is strong, and I can’t figure out a good mobile workflow for writing and publishing with Hexo. It seems like I would need a separate (or combined) Git client, markdown editor, and possibly some way to run Node on iOS.
I wonder if anyone has experience setting up this kind of mobile workflow for Hexo. Getting Node running in an iOS app, without using an external server, seems the hardest part of the problem. Perhaps
git push heroku is an option? I’m already writing this with Byword, which supports publishing directly to WordPress. I also use Clone, an iOS-based Git client.
I don’t know if anyone else has been frustrated before (or for ten years) that iOS doesn’t support creating reminders for voicemails. It seems like a common problem.
I like tools that relieve my mind of unnecessary work, so I finally made a Workflow to solve my problem:
Continue reading “Voicemail Reminders with Workflow”
Great write up here going over some cloudformation basics…
This article will go over a few practical examples of EC2 build out using CloudFormation. You should have some familiarity with CloudFormation, EC2, EBS, and VPCs. This article also uses YAML and you should be familiar with the syntax for it. The following pieces will be discussed: Creating EC2 instances
Source: EC2 CloudFormation Examples
I really like this description of an event-driven pattern for services, even micro-services. It is still compatible with event sourcing for data and CQRS patterns, but provides a way to reason about service interaction more easily. I’ve tried to promote this type of architecture before, but the article below explains it much better than I have in the past.
In this blog post, we look at composing services not through chains of commands, but rather through streams of events.
Source: Build Services on a Backbone of Events | Confluent for Microservices