I started to write some documentation for a project of mine and I wanted to embed a change log on certain elements in the documentation. Since my documentation format is mkDocs, all documents are written in markdown.
So here is what I came up with:
So the script queries the github api for the commit log of a certain resource. With that response, the script build a HTML table with all the relevant content.
In real life this snippet evaluated looks like this:
- how the web component slot system works
- how web component attributes work
- writing a hello world web component
- add jar to the classpath at runtime in jjs (the hacky way)
- doing objects in jjs
- read the content of a file in one line in jjs
- print something to the console in jjs
- using jjs under osx
- tracking virtual links with google analytics
- cloud-the-web - my new web project
- installing GLUEscript on debian squeeze 64bit