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tubes redux - "an irc client"
tubes redux is a lot like tubes, the main difference being that this time i remembered to make the api good.
- a computer
- an operating system that can run node.js
- a copy of node.js installed on your computer
- an internet connection
git clone https://tildegit.org/leah/tubes-redux.git cd tubes-redux npm install
build for production
npm run build # put the contents of `build` on a web server somewhere (github pages works quite well).
build for development
npm run dev # navigate to the port it shows in the output
run the tests
# unit tests npm run test:unit # if you want a fancy ui for lookin at them npm run test:unit -- --ui --open # at some point we'll have slightly fancier tests, which you can run like this. npm run tests
there's a manual in the app (LEAH NOTE: no there isn't. add one at some point (FUTURE LEAH NOTE: yes there is. fuck you.)) situated in "help!" > manual, check it out for cool guides and tips.
bonus tip: put it on your taskbar
if you're using a chromium-based browser (chrome, edge, vivaldi, brave (ugh), chromium), you can install tubes as a "progressive web app" or pwa. this gives it its own window, a nicer looking titlebar, an item in your start menu, and basic offline support. it's like an electron app that doesn't use upwards of 300MB of RAM per instance.
if i've done it properly, chrome should flash up a thing in your address bar asking you if you want to install it as a pwa. if not, go to the 3-dot menu in the top right, then go to more tools > create shortcut (or apps > install this site as an app on edge).
i think firefox is planning on supporting these at some point but – knowing mozilla – firefox will probably stop existing before that happens (JOKE THAT WAS A JOKE).
i've set up a mailing list on sourcehut. i don't like sourcehut that much but they do host a very respectable mailing list service.