Jamstack, IFTTT and Netlify: A Power Trio | Andy Bell

A good look behind Andy's "microblog", a small website that powers his Twitter feed and link list via a mixture of IFTTT, RSS, Feedbin, Eleventy, and Netlify. Includes step-by-step guide and source code. Would be interesting to see if The Old Reader has anything similar in terms of API integrations or scrapable feeds 🤔

The Jamstack enables me, a designer who codes, to make incredibly cool shit and I am all for it!

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