Contents tagged “Webmention”
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JAMstack often promotes itself as an excellent way to provide performant sites. It's even the first listed benefit on jamstack.wtf, a "guide [which] gathers the concept of JAMstack in a straight-forward guide to encourage other developers to adopt the workflow". But too many JAMstack sites are very slow.
Remy Sharp wrote
I've been using Webmention for almost 2 years now, and I am fortunate to use Aaron Gustafson's jekyll-webmention_io plugin for Jekyll, the static site generator I currently use on this site. Aaron's plugin deals with getting the Webmentions from webmention.io, as the name implies, but also with sending mentions to external contents I link to in my own content.
Ryan Barrett wrote
I've been using Brid.gy since I started using Webmentions on this site, to get mentions from silos (Twitter mostly) back to the contents. This is an awesome service.
Enough. I'm fed up with Disqus. It's been useful, easy to plug on this blog, but it's a mess for web performance, and I don't own my data, so… bye bye. Webmention is now a great alternative, with more people implementing it, so let's try to keep only that.
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