I recently did a discourse integration with amplitudejs. I was skeptical at the beginning for some reason, but it turned out really well at the end. It was challenging after all to hook a whole music player into discourse posts and praying that things don’t fall apart . I’m not sure yet if I’m allowed to share the details of my work, but I’ll give some details once I’m clear. As a dev, this is a lot more than you can ask for, once you’re familiar with the API.
Thank you so much @fzngagan, I’m glad that you got it working with Discourse and it didn’t fall apart ! I’d love to see the project if/when you can share it. We’ve always wanted to do a “user gallery” of some sorts in the future to promote projects in the future, even if it’s a link somewhere.
Thanks for sharing your experience @fzngagan!
I am very interested in hearing more on this comment:
What made you feel skeptical? How could AmplitudeJS be better?
Maybe part of it was my lack of knowledge of the API. The second thing, which is a personal choice and not at all a complain in any way, but I really like tutorials starting with bare minimum. Just 4-5 lines that make the thing work. Then building up on it towards advanced stuff. But being an open source dev myself, I know how hard it is to write/update guides and docs and you guys already did a great job. So that’s my 2 cents.
Thanks so much for sharing your feedback! Constructive criticism only makes the product better!
Might be a little late, but @danpastori is talking about releasing a “bare minimum” example in the next release.
Thanks for your compliments and feedback. It’s greatly appreciated!
That’s wonderful. I might also be able to answer some questions in #get-help:amplitudejs category as they come up .
Thanks much! You rock