Hello, thanks for visiting my blog. I know it’s pretty quiet here at the moment. This is because I am setting up the gears and putting up things where they should be.

Coding marvels is my personal blog and I will be focusing on WebAssembly and mostly Blazor! Have you heard of Blazor? No? Yes? Doesn’t matter if the answer is yes or no. We’re gonna have a lot of fun together and we will figure out exciting stuff as we go along, which will help this blog to evolve and give values to others.

4 responses

  1. Avatar for Saeed

    Commenting solution is now working as expected. Thanks to Damien Guard and his great solution here

    Saeed – January 25th, 2019
  2. Avatar for Dennis

    Congratulations to your first blog, it’s a great start!

    Dennis – March 8th, 2019
  3. Avatar for Vincent Tam

    Nonetheless, there’re some drawbacks.

    1. There might be several “main comments”, which are comments without a reply target under one post. For example, you might refer to https://networkhobo.com/2017/12/30/hugo-staticman-nested-replies-and-e-mail-notifications/.
    2. Jekyll-comments only works for Jekyll, whereas Staticman works for any static blog generator since PR/MR’s are pushed to GitHub/GitLab repo.
    Vincent Tam June 30th, 2019
  4. Avatar for Saeed

    Vincent, thanks for your comment.The reply functionality is being implemented. In regards to your second point, yes I’m aware of that, and I’m happy with it. Staticman didn’t look like a bad solution at all. However setting it up for my blog was time consuming and I could not afford that. Jekyll-Comments is best suited for what I need for now. It uses pretty much the same approach compare to Staticman.

    Saeed – July 15th, 2019

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