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Good day my fabulous readers and I hope all is well with you.

From: Raymond Camden

Using GenAI to Help Pick Your D & D Class

A few weeks back I wrote up my experience with generative AI as a dungeon master.

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Using Netlify Edge and Blob Support to Investigate Website Traffic

For some time now, I've relied on my Netlify Analytics report to keep track of how well my site is doing, what content is popular, and so forth.

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A Quick First Look at Amazon Bedrock (with Node.js)

My regular readers (hello, yall rock!) know I've been playing with generative AI the past few months.

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All Your Dragons Are Belong To Us

Forgive the somewhat silly title, but it's not like I haven't been silly here before.

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For those who celebrate, happy Easter.

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Promise.withResolvers in JavaScript

Let me know if you've heard this one before.

From: Michael Walter Van Der Velden

Using Generative AI to Check for Spam

A few days ago I wrote up an exploration I did in Spam APIs, "Spam APIs in 2024".

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Automating Blog Post Headers with Firefly Services

Yesterday I introduced you to Adobe's new offering, Firefly Services, and demonstrated a simple example of how to generate images from prompt using the REST APIs.

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Automate Generative Image APIs with Firefly Services

Adobe Summit is currently happening in Vegas and while there's a lot of cool stuff being announced, I'm most excited about the launch of Firefly Services.

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Spam APIs in 2024

I enjoy building API demos so I generally keep an eye out for interesting APIs to play with.

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Using PDF Content with Google Gemini

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Alpine.js Workshop this Friday

This is somewhat last minute but it just came together in the past 24 hours.

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Good morning.

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Daily Group Code Reviews - Increasing Efficiency

While many junior Devs struggle with code reviews, both when performing and receiving them, I've found that even the more senior team members sometimes struggle with comments left on their code.

From: Michael Walter Van Der Velden

Responding to HTML Changes in a Web Component

While driving my kids to school this morning, I had an interesting thought.

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Using Intl.RelativeTimeFormat for Localized Relative Timings

I've been singing the praises of the web platform's Intl object for years now, but it still continues to impress me.

From: Raymond Camden

Domain Expiration - A Reminder

Yesterday around mid-day, mikevdv.

From: Michael Walter Van Der Velden