I made some io-ts validators for slack messages (automatically gives types for typescript) https://github.com/opennetwork/slack-to-open/tree/master/modules/slack-web-openapi.v2
I also made a "description" of what the slack API would look like as data https://github.com/opennetwork/web-api-conversation-channel-state/blob/master/src/types.ts
Using this I can create a json "graph" for an archive pulled from slack (for all organizations this archive is freely downloadable) https://github.com/opennetwork/slack-to-open/blob/master/modules/core/example.js
Its not complete, but I'm chipping away at it bit by bit
solid-auth-client handles all the authentication and idp selection.
/cc @timbl @rubenverborgh
I had fun learning a little query-ldflex and making this:
Still in the early stages. Next steps are to see how deep LDFlex can burrow into my Solid POD.
React NodeGUI is touted as a performant GUI alternative to Frameworks such as electron, for React and ReactNative:
Has anyone checked it out? Also posted to forum: https://forum.solidproject.org/t/react-nodegui-cross-platform-apps-with-react-reactnative/2154?u=happybeing
@SharonStrats assuming you are following these instructions:
then it is odd that your
bin/solid-test is not marked as executable. Perhaps you are in a Windows environment?
The instructions for
openssl and creating a self-signed certificate are a little later in the docs above:
openssl req -outform PEM -keyform PEM -new -x509 -sha256 -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout ../privkey.pem -days 365 -out ../fullchain.pem