For Web Developers, What tech stacks is Opemweb Comment System using?

Castamir

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Developers in the house, how can I create a comment system like Openweb which is linked to a social network?
 

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I don't know anything about OpenWeb, but if you explain it shortly or what you want to achieve, maybe i could help:)
 

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I poked around in their documentation and found a sample API endpoint (https://developers.openweb.com/docs/enable-search-engines-to-index-your-content) that I hit and inspected the result of.
The response isn't super telling, but it appears they're utilizing "fasthttp" as their server engine, which is a module in the Revel framework written in Go. https://revel.github.io
I don't have anything to say about their frontend since I didn't dig deep enough to find a live implementation, but nowadays, it's probably a safe assumption it's using something like React, Angular, Vue, or some other JavaScript framework.
 

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I poked around in their documentation and found a sample API endpoint (https://developers.openweb.com/docs/enable-search-engines-to-index-your-content) that I hit and inspected the result of.
The response isn't super telling, but it appears they're utilizing "fasthttp" as their server engine, which is a module in the Revel framework written in Go. https://revel.github.io
I don't have anything to say about their frontend since I didn't dig deep enough to find a live implementation, but nowadays, it's probably a safe assumption it's using something like React, Angular, Vue, or some other JavaScript framework.
Wow, these type of moments is what makes BHW golden, you took out time to check all these. Thank you.
 

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I've had a poke around and they seem to use Gatsby which is based on React, and AWS for the backend.

Check out Wappalizer chrome extension ;)
 
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