3 new opensource projects
While working on the next major version of Formula – Universal Code Editor, and improving its code and architecture, it came out three serverless projects that will make updating and releasing a new version way more easy.
And today, I’m opening this code to all of you. It’s under the MIT license, so go ahead, use, contribute, edit. Make yourself home.
This project makes a serveless app that will show all updates for your application. This solution is separated in two projects:
- Formula.Releases.Az: An Azure Function, triggered by a HTML GET that return a list of releases based on the .md files. It includes a link to visualize the changelog.
- Formula.Releases.Visualizer: A React application that once you passed the name of the release in the route (like: localhost/release/v1.0.0) it shows the content of the .md file as html and using heartthrob to style it.
Check this project out and look at the roadmap on it’s GitHub repository.
With this project you can get a RSS feed into a object called by a REST API. This project is used for users on the app Formula – Universal Code Editor (version > 4) to view its the blog posts from one category of the blog (WordPress).
Use this Azure Function to send a message to yourself. This is built to send a feedback info from a HTTP POST using SendGrid. It is used to allow users of the app (version > 4) to send feedback to the developer [that’s me].
For each contribution you get a key for Formula – Universal Code Editor, I will try my best to send to you once a contribution is set but if I forget to send you, just tell me!
For issues, it will only be valid once an issue is closed or resolved. 😉
Join the beta club!
As I’m building the app I’m sharing bits and listening to feedback from the beta club on Telegram! [yeah – right, it was Skype group but we are moving to Telegram! 😅]
See you people really soon with some more exciting news, now go do something good.