@amasad omg amjad stop flexing your stats
So this is where Marvel gets its stories from!
plz put a disclaimer which says you're not responsible for the food cooked lol!
Would be even cooler if it only showed posts with images 🖼️
Love the fork, it's super cool you added those error checking and status code features :)
re your points:
1. In the starter repl, I've used
KEY itself - I hadn't in the demo instance, just changed that.
Yes, this is something I've seen other people struggle with too. It'd be dope if forks would also clone the env, except it'd be unpopulated - so the key names and comments will remain, just without the actual values.
@amasad: Feature suggestion :)
The shortener should work fine even without the base URL, since it uses relative links.
Thank you for typing out the feedback 😄
@amasad For sure!
The Spotify Web API is great to work with, so it was pretty easy to get auth set up - and could fetch all entries in playlists. From there I fed things in to the youtube API and searched for
trackName + artist instrumental and took the first result - that worked well, but the youtube API is super limited (only 1k searches/day).
That's why I did the same, but instead of using the API - I scraped the youtube search page with https://page.rest (lets me do 100k searches/day for $5/year!)
From there, I have a mustache template where I put in all the video IDs and album covers from Spotify - that plays an iframe of instrumental tracks. I also wrote some super ugly code(but it works!) to shuffle, show tracks playing next and video controls. btw, it'd be awesome if replit added syntax highlighting for
I hope this makes sense ^^
@MrEconomical oof that was a stupid mistake, added quotes.
by pay it forward chain, I mean where person B is gifted a book by Person A, and then gifts a book to person C, after which Person C gifts a book to Person D and so on.
In this case, the chain would be
A => B => C => D.
One person can appear multiple times in a chain.
I love this marcus, it's really cool! I got some funny and unexpected results since it picks randomly out of 10 😂
Also, I didn't know wikipedia had a JSON api - I've always been scraping 😅