From Kirby to Twitter Bookmark

For a long time I wanted to be able to post newly published articles and possibly more stuff from my site directly to Twitter. I like the idea of POSSE (Publish (on your) Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere) and this could be a good first step to many more ideas and possibilities.

Long story short, yesterday I wanted to do something fun and started to write a Kirby plugin that would do exactly that. It didn‘t take long to get a first working version up and running. It seems to work well now, even though I‘ve only tested it on the dev site so far, and after this post I will find out if it did work. Or not.

Update: It doesn‘t work yet… and I‘ll fix it soon. Bummer :(


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