Armadietto v0.2.0 released, including a UI refresh, updated dependencies, a Content Security Policy for the signup pages, a number of bug fixes, lots of documentation updates, and configurable logging via Winston!

A Docker Hub image will be available as well soon.

@fink @kubikpixel "Move slow and fix things". No startup mindset for exits before the VC fund cycle ends. ;)

@fink @kubikpixel Still a thing, and congrats on the rare collectors' item that is an original Unhosted t-shirt. :)

@aslmx Glad you like the idea!

There's activity around both Armadietto (node.js) and php-remote-storage (PHP) lately. Fresh releases of both should be available soon!

Contributions are always appreciated, of course! For example, you can help by testing new releases on your server, so that the installation instructions can be improved and potential problems can be identified and fixed.

TIL about @remotestorage
I was thrilled by the idea that webapps would implement a common storage API and i would just host my own Storage Server (like some Webapps allow you to use Google-Drive or Dropbox) just like i host my own XMPP.
Apparently there is still room for improvement, some servers seem to have stalled development or are not "selfhosting friendly" (i.e. have a docker-compose.yml).
This reminds me of the Solid project, I havent heard of in a while, too 🤔

A new remoteStorage.js 2.0.0 beta has been released, finally works out of the box with TypeScript-based clients:

want to learn how to make #ZeroData apps? check out the shiny new "Hello World" @noeldemartin and i have been working on

with simple integrations of @fission @remotestorage and @Solid

join us at swap 4 today as we explain how they're built

#ZeroData swap 4 will be a 'hello world' presentation with @noeldemartin and i for the simplest implementations for each protocol

(still looking for a volunteer to do an easy @remotestorage or @fission integration)

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Be welcome to join us and exchange about all things .

@raucao will share an upcoming ‘read later’ feature in his bookmarking app Webmarks

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2. Thanks to and the community around Just the Docs for helping us focus on documentation without dealing with layout.

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1. now features a new design which can be updated by simply editing text in markdown files

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