Quite often we are looking for a quick way to make a request in GO, and we have working query tested in CURL. Sometimes it’s problematic to “move” all queries to GO, and build up whole query using client, protocol and so on.
From the author of my beloved Caddy server there is a tool called curl-to-Go which basically does what is says. Just paste your CURL request and GO lang code to implement that.
It’s a simple mechanic to decompose emails into useful parts, like some markup (to squiz emails directly into internal systems) and create file attachments – and extract inline images.
Flow is pretty simple, but we have couple components.
We need something to “receive” emails. Easiest way is to use Amazon SES or mailgun or… something else. There is a couple SASS solutions for that Next step is to be notified when email arrive, so we don’t have overhead with checking email every couple of minutes We have to “decompose” – decode email from it’s raw format to text, and attachments.
People say that FTP is dead. But not everyone knows or can use SFTP, SSH whatever to update their website. Sometimes you just need something as simple as good old FTP server on your instance. Let’s do it.
In ancient times, when youtube was born, we didn’t have VIDEO tag. We used to have Flash. To play video on the website, we had to convert it to weird Flash video format, leave mp4 for safety and hope that everything will work fine. Later on, when HTML5 became a industry standard, our live become some much easier.
In the theory VIDEO tag solves all out issues. When browser can handle webm (Chrome family) we play webm.