I've got a problem. Honestly, I do. I keep building stupid Twitter bots. But - I can honestly say that this time - like many times - I kinda did something cool and learned something, and that makes it worthwhile, right? So what did I do this time?
If you can't tell, I'm a huge fan of Pipedream, but it isn't the only service of its kind out there. If anything, I like Pipedream even more as it's opened my eyes to alternatives out there and has made me appreciate the "low-code/no-code" space even more. In particular, I'm really enjoying digging into Microsoft Power Automate and it's got me thinking about what could be brought over into Pipedream.
Happy Sunday and Happy Mother's Day. Here are three things I want to share for today. As always, the idea is to help share resources with those of you lucky enough to avoid Twitter and to help/inspire/challenge you. Enjoy!
Happy Sunday, readers! Here's a few links for you:
First up, Eleventy has officially hit version 1.0.1. Want a good description of what's changed? Zach Leatherman gave a good overview in the video below. Note that he helpfully shared with me the starting time for the 1.0.1 description and the embed below starts there, but you may want to watch the whole video as well.
A few days ago I blogged about automatically backing up Switch screenshots via Pipedream. In that article I demonstrated automatically copying the photos to a Dropbox folder, but my original plan had been to use a Google Photos album. I ran into multiple issues there so I switched to Dropbox. I've figured out the issues and I'd like to share this with others. This will be a bit rough so I apologize in advance, but if you've got any questions, just ask me and I'll try to help.
I've been a gamer for my entire life, starting with the venerable Atari 2600 back when I was almost late for grade school because I was having a really good game of Space Invaders.