yew-oauth2 is a crate which does exactly that. Implement an OAuth2 or OpenID connect login flow using Yew components. Not making any assumption on the rest of the stack you’re going to use.
trunk is a great piece of software! When I started with Rust on the frontend, the webpack
trunk showed up, and it was the tool I was hoping for.
Unfortunately, it seems that the development of trunk came to a halt too. Now what?
More than 10 years ago, I switch my personal blog from iWeb to WordPress. iWeb was fun for a small, personal homepage. But it also stopped working, and so I decided to give WordPress a try. Turns out, it was fun too. It was super easy to write posts, which lead to a good number of posts over the last few years.
And yet, there’s a big gap between this post and the last.
When you want to get traffic into your OpenShift cluster,
Routes are just awesome. But every now and then, using
Ingress instead might provide some benefits. Here are a few tricks how you can have the best of both worlds.
A not-so-great way to start into a new week, is to figure out that the certificate of your API server expired on the weekend. Fixing and expired OpenShift certificate should be straight forward, but it wasn’t. Here is what happened, or you can directly scroll down for the solution.