First Post Diaspora API Against Real Server

I’ve spent today dusting off my old code Diaspora API driven blog comment system. The details of that implementation can be found in this blog post from late-2018. Now that it is running on a production server thanks to Diaspora-Fr I have revived the code running on the server and pointed it to their Diaspora server. I never coded up a full handshake for the initial authentication steps so that is all manual unfortunately, but I believe it is now up and running. The way I coded the server it can only point to one host at a time but since this is proof of concept right now that’s legit. For the time being I’ll be linking against that Diaspora server for comments on threads. You can comment from any Diaspora server though, not just that one. If you don’t have a Diaspora login then you can simply read the comments.



Follow the discussion on Diaspora (or this link if you don’t have a Diaspora account with the web+diaspora protocol enabled in your browser).
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