Why does a blog need React?
Speaking of that: @pgjones might want to look into fixing the navigation. This article works, but the links along the top result in a mash of text on top of other text on MobileSafari: https://imgur.com/a/JV3GQRX
At least scrolling in the article isn’t broken and the back button works (for me), both of which are common complaints about React apps used for more traditional websites.
Thanks, I’m not sure why that happens but I’ll try and find out.
It doesn’t, it is written in React so I can continue to develop my React skills on a hobby project. You can see the source here. The raw blog markdown is available here if you want it.
Neat! Any idea what’s happening for HTTP/3 & QUIC?
The RFC describes how WebSocket frames are to be encapsulated in HTTP/2 frames, but does not specify how HTTP/2 frames are represented or transmitted. So I assume any HTTP/2 implementation support WebSockets will continue to support WebSockets when adding HTTP/3 or QUIC support. I would wager that most major HTTP/3 implementations will support both WebSockets and QUIC.
Sorry, I’ve no extra insight.
I write mostly about using asyncio to build web frameworks and servers, specifically Quart and Hypercorn.