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Yeah I know, it's a bit ambitious but I'm building an rss reader which I personally use everyday and I'm constantly developing. I aim to build a Feedly meets Pocket reader but more customizable, cheaper and with more features.Check it out @ www.monoclereader.com and let me know what you think, all feedback welcome!I've already implemented some basic features like drag & drop reordering, folders to group feeds and the ability to import opml files from other readers. There's also synced that amongst devices since everything is automatically stored just as you change it.For the next version I'm adding a Read later and Favorites option to save links for later. Plus that comes with a nice pocket-like extension for Chrome & Firefox to save any website directly to Monocle. There's also a bunch of other features I'll be adding soon, which you can check out at the bottom of the landing page in the changelog.
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Other JSON formatter only formats when the whole page is JSON.Those don't work when I look at Kibana, GreyLog, or other pages that contain embedded JSON payloads so I made one myself.Feedback, suggestion, bug report are welcome.Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jipy/ijpoiflpbigbngjilejmkmnoglkedcjoFF: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/jipy/
Show HN: Jenkins Plugin for AWS Lambda Test Runner
This is kind of a very generic question that almost every entrepreneur must have asked at least once. I spent two years working on my side project Plugins by Quadnix which is a PaaS platform. It takes code as input and calculates the right infrastructure, creates it, and will manage it, without ever bothering the developer with silly questions like what type of instance, what vpc, should I scale it? Its a blackbox infrastructure. You can watch a demo if you are interested.Anyways, I had done a lot of research beforehand about what similar projects are out there. I thought I was going zero to one [Peter Thiel]. But a kind soul told me today that Google App Engine (GAE) already does this, except they call it serverless infrastructure, not blackbox infrastructure.Even if I continue this startup, the natural outcome would be very similar to GAE. So should I even spend time on this, because Google is too big a competition. And I have often read that re-inventing a wheel is not a good idea, but having alternatives is necessary too.There is one idea though that may differentiate us from GAE. GAE is for general purpose deployment, exactly what we are today. But we are envisioning a sort of eco-system where you can take another Plugin's output as your own input to create a chain. Its like joining services together, each of them is a service on their own, but together they create something bigger and better. An example would be a plugin to remove red eye from pictures, another plugin to compress pictures. They both can exist on their own, but a user can join them such that each picture is processed by Plugin1, then all of it is compressed by Plugin2, and end result is downloaded on user's computer. I am not sure how powerful this could be, but just a thought.
Show HN: A (Neo)Vim AutoCompletion Plugin for Terraform
Have you ever had to deploy a web application to cloud? Did it take a lot of time and learning?Thanks to IaaS providers like AWS for making infrastructure accessible. But creating and managing infrastructure is time consuming, which is why you will find a lot of small businesses trying to automate infrastructure; a nicer interface to speed up the time to get to cloud. But at the end of the day, you still have to be aware of what is created, how it is created, and what to do if something goes wrong.But I think (or maybe this already exists) that it would be a lot easier if developer doesn't have control over any infrastructure. They just upload the code, and an appropriate infrastructure is automatically calculated, created, and managed on its own.What this is, is basically "blackbox infrastructure" vs the traditional "developer-aware" infrastructure. Since you are not even aware of where or how your code is running, you no longer bear its burden.This is actually possible now that various technologies like AWS and Docker have matured so much. All Node, PHP, Python, etc applications are pretty much setup the same way. They all need CICD, autoscaling, load balancer, HTTPS, etc. This is true at least for simple web applications like a JSON formatter, or a word art creator, or a calculator.I have created a working implementation of blackbox infrastructure - Plugins by Quadnix. It offers a marketplace where you can upload a basic web application (like a node application). Within a minute or so your infrastructure will be ready, and a shareable link will be generated.I would love to have your feedback, and if possible create your own plugin and experience the easiness.Demo @ https://youtu.be/-8jaCIbZ2Is Home @ https://plugins.quadnix.com/home Learn more @ https://plugins.quadnix.com/docs#introduction
Show HN: DNS server made using Node.js with plugin support
Quick backstory to the birth of this project: There a many scenarios similar to this but I personally was one of the buyers stung by the Butterfly Labs scandal and after multiple attempts to share my frustrations on their forum only to have a moderator remove my post I decided we needed a mechanism to comment on a domain, page or specific full url without fear of the domain wonder moderator us... freedom of speech for the internet.So the resulting service and extension became Gromments which poorly translates into Globally Recognised Comments... not a great name but its the best I could think up with all my spirit of creativity.I have listed the link to the service / website for the chrome extension on Product Hunt which I noticed many people do and I am starting to like the Product Hun so I will pay it forward by linking through them.https://www.producthunt.com/posts/grommentsDon't forget to upvote on product hunt if you like.Check it out and feedback is always welcomed, if you want to go that extra mile... use Gromments' Chrome Extension to post feedback directly into Gromments on the gromments.com domain. haha.Happy Grommenting!