Learning Lyst's stack with a side project 

Threshold, a writing app that lets you post to different services based on the length of what you write, is a self-initiated coding project meant to bring me up to speed with Lyst's stack. It uses Django, as well as totally vanilla JS to post to Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr. I'm currently working on adding support for creating Medium drafts. A continual work in progress, I'm constantly tinkering on Threshold to learn as much as I can (thanks to help from friends), adding everything from a dark mode to regex link parsing for rich URL previews.   

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