Hey folks! We've published our first round of #web #tutorials using #Agregore and #IPFS
Learn how to build your own development environment from scratch, or how to make a theme editor to customize the look and feel of Agregore and any compatible web apps.
Version 2.2.3 is out now. We've reworked the welcome page, fixed some bugs with the renderer, and improved startup times.
Check it out on your OS of choice! 🥳
My pal BeanBoy put together a theme builder for @agregore and I tried cranking out a groady theme using it.
What's cool is that once you save the `.agregorerc` file to your home folder and restart, it'll get applied to all websites that import agregore://theme/style.css` for their default styling. For example: The https://agregore.mauve.moe website!
Agregore 2.2.0 just got released with improvements to load times and our extension system.
You can check out @mauve doing a live toot of their debugging here: https://mastodon.mauve.moe/@mauve/110340934453455969
Download it and check it out for yourself!
So if you haven't yet, try installing the latest pre-release of Agregore and follow along.
By the way, we've got new docs up on how to use the #IPFS protocol handlers in #Agregore which you can check out here: https://agregore.mauve.moe/docs/ipfs-protocol-handlers
All you need to get started is to install Agregore and open up the Dev Tools.
Hey folks! We've published our announcement blog post for the devgrant we've started to work on to add some tutorials and example apps to the Agregore website. You can read more about it here: https://agregore.mauve.moe/blog/2023/01/demos-and-tutorials-announcement
Wrote up my blog post on #p2p databases on top of #IPLD / #IPFS Prolly Trees. Hoping to switch up how databases are approached with a focus on performance and the ability to combine datasets determenistically.
Also, it's likely we'll also be moving to Iroh from Kubo eventually since Rust is easier to integrate with Chromium. 😁
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