The majority of this week was spent building out two fresh Nuxt3 applications one for work and one for my #SpaceMines project. In both cases I needed to build in user sessions. For work the Nuxt application is interfacing with an existing monolith and so only needs to request a session bearer token on authentication and use that for all future api requests — nice and simple.
For Space Mines I had the idea of using Mastodon as the authentication server via its Oauth2 mechanism. This worked surprisingly well and wasn't nearly as difficult as I had been lead to believe from other Oauth nightmare stories. This is something I plan on writing about in the near future, it's on my list of things to do.
Joke of the week
Notable Articles Read
- ESG Hound: SpaceX's Texas Rocket is Going To Cause A Lot More Damage Than Anyone Thinks
- Barry Boubacar: Deploy a Nuxt 3 application on AWS using SST serverless
- JT Olio: Just update rules between neurons
- Open Folder: You didn’t just do that, Heroku
- Matthew Garrett: Booting modern Intel CPUs
- Jay Little: Low Code Software Development Is A Lie
- Jim Nielsen: Offline Is Just Online With Extreme Latency
- Alan Skorkin: Why Developers Never Use State Machines