Finally Network - Dashboard, Hashtag filtering, fixes & more
Finally Network is a website builder platform on top of the Steem blockchain. The aim is to provide an easy to use interface for Steem users to turn their Steem blog into a website presence they're proud to share.
Repository - https://github.com/code-with-sam/finallynetwork
Today brings the first update to the Finally platform. I've been working on a number of improvements over the past week along with planning what features to work on next.
Updates and features
Dashboard & Steemconnect Auth - finallynetwork/pull/2
Finally now supports authentication using Steemconnect. A user can login to control their website theme. There is now support to filter the website content based on a specific hashtag. By default all content is shown. For examples users may choose to show only #photofeed for the Lens theme or perhaps only #development for the hckr theme.
Finally Blog & Content - finallynetwork/pull/3
The landing page has been updated to show latest posts relating to Finally and it's development. The five most recent posts are pulled from the blockchain. Support for reading posts via
/blog/:permlink/ to allow readers to stay on the finally site while using the blog directly (instead of linking to steemit/busy).
Disable Resteems - finallynetwork/pull/6
Resteems have been disabled for now as they were breaking the current theme implementations. The author of the post is currently treated as the site "owner" therefore resteems cause a discrepancy between the author/owner. It's clear some users create accounts that aggregates data using the re-steem functionality, a new implementation will be created in future.
Move unlock modal - finallynetwork/pull/9
In the previous implementation a modal could be loaded from the front end while testing sites. To minimise the moving parts and create a more seamless UX the unlock functionality has been moved to the dashboard with the other settings.
General improvements - finallynetwork/pull/5
Refactored logic out of routes into relevant controllers. Development is moving along at a steady pace.
Thanks for all of the support and ideas in the initial launch post last week. I appreciate any thoughts or feedback you might have. If you're interested in getting more involved please message. Github issues/feature-requests welcome.