Building a comment system for a static site, part 2: First iteration
In my last post, I went over the high-level overview of what I’m looking to accomplish and discussed the technologies that I’ll be leveraging. In this post, I’m going to explore how to actually get to a functional system on a basic level. This will involve creating the AWS resources, writing the code for the Lambda functions, and creating a frontend to be able to use the system.
Building a comment system for a static site, part 1: Requirements, technologies, and database design
I recently promised a writeup of adding dynamic content on your static website. Probably one of the more useful things for this is a comment system for a personal blog. Since I didn’t have one after moving to my Hugo site, I decided this would be a fruitful area of exploration - and sure enough, it’s been really great and I’ve learned a lot (you can now see the results below each post on my site, including this one).