@ian0I haven’t shipped something in a while, but I was looking at the Stickermule deal for pins. Stickermule deals only last for a certain period of time, but there are also other deals with a special URL that persist beyond a few days. Then I wondered if I could get a database of every Stickermule deal for easy access next time I need to order something. It turns out it’s as easy as scraping stickermule.com/deals.
I present stickermule.vercel.app, an API for getting the current and previous Stickermule deals. It provides the name, URL, and the product. I made it with Node, Vercel serverless functions, cheerio, and Supabase. Every time it finds a new deal, it’ll add it to the database. After a few weeks it should have a fair amount of deals.
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@jzaleta6Recently I made a post about writing a Sci-Fi 🛸 story on the terminal, and here's how it can be done! This applies as well to this awesome :cooll-dino: ASCII Art of a computer :macintosh-stcicker: and Hack Club! :hack-club: This are the steps:
1. 🥇 First of all, open a terminal emulator, this one is cool-retro-term because it has some awesome retro effects! :awesome:
2. 🥈 Second, open Vim :vim: on it!
3. 🥉 Third, start tying the info you want to be display! 💻
That's all, it's very simple and the results are great :D :parrotdad:
@micahlt0Forgot to post this earlier - finished the website for PyraHacks (a hackathon being hosted by #memphis-hack) recently. Imo it turned out pretty well! pyrahacks.com
@kognise0I forgot to post this here so a bit late, but GOT STICKERS FROM OUR FIRST MAJOR SPONSOR!