7 comments

  • Max GlenisterMax Glenister, 6 years ago

    Yep this is a really useful tool. It was made by Tim Evko, but I recently refactored it.

    The Dribbble error seemed to have been caused by incorrect API credentials (or expired credentials?), but he has just fixed this.

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  • Anders Schmidt HansenAnders Schmidt Hansen, 6 years ago

    I love this idea, despite the hickups with Dribbble ;). Would it be possible to add Assembly (and the project Bounties) to it as well?

    You can see a random project's bounties here: https://assembly.com/landline/bounties

    So, random code challenge, Dribbble, GitHub, Assembly Bounties... oh man, I would love that.

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  • Evan KnightEvan Knight, 6 years ago

    Really good idea, not the best execution. Would be awesome to do the codepen problems directly on the site.

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  • Thibault MaekelberghThibault Maekelbergh, 6 years ago

    I think something's wrong here: screen

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  • Chris Wiggins, 6 years ago

    Love this idea.

    On the dribbble shot section, you're getting a 401 on the call to their API.

    message: "Bad credentials."

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  • Derryl CarterDerryl Carter, 6 years ago

    The "Solve a random Github issue" is really cool..... Great way to crowd-source some productive action on things.

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