Links to articles I’ve found useful as I figure this LLM stuff out.
A Python program that uses the ChatGPT API to generate a complete web app by chaining multiple prompts and using intermediate results.
Some notes on a mechanism for posting from Drafts with as little friction as possible.
I put together a repo of some GPT toys for
Drafts that I’ve been playing with.
I want this repo to only ever have three commits.
Dot notation lets you specify sets of commits.
Do you find rebasing in Git confusing? I do.
Tables are hard to work with in Markdown. Here’s an easier way that uses lists.
When I was figuring out how collections work, I tried my hand at implementing a collection of collections. I called the things in the collection of collections categories.
Collections are a key concept of Eleventy, but they confused me at first. So I looked at the source to figure out how collections work.