Published on October 2nd, 2019
Updated on October 24th, 2019 - Changelog
You know these images that pop up when you share websites on social media, right? They are nice and more engaging than text, but have one major drawback. It’s hard to make new image for every article you make (especially if you post every day), so I just make one image and set it for all pages. There must be a better way. Enter serverless social media generator…
This idea came from Zeit’s og-image project. And while I really like this project, I find it really lacking in features. So I decided to build my own, more feature-rich, project. Also, I’ll make articles on my progress along the way!
Well, I have already peaked in og-image source code and there is no need to reinvent the wheel, so I’ll just base my solution on theirs.
Implementation as simple as possible:
Did I mention that it will run on AWS lambda?
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