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Teacup is a simple app for tracking what you are drinking.
You can post what you're drinking to your own site, or you can post to an account provided by Teacup.
Discover IndieAuth + Micropub endpoints.
If a Micropub endpoint is found, show a message with a button to start the authorization flow.
Also provide a button to create an account in case they don't want to use their own site.
Show a message and provide a button to create an account.
Starts authentication with indieauth.com using the authenication flow.
Copy from Quill up to line 200.
If a token endpoint is found, get an access token from it.
If no token endpoint is found, verify the code with indieauth.com and create an account for the user.
The signed-in view used to post new content.
Show the list of drinks that can be posted.
The form submits here. Saves the post in the database, then tries to make a micropub request if necessary. If the micropub request succeeds, updates the post with the canonical URL in the response.
Show feed of the user's recent posts. Posts include a link to the canonical URL if appropriate.
Permalinks for individual entries.
By contributing to this project, you agree to irrevocably release your contributions under the same license as this project.
Copyright 2014 by Aaron Parecki
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
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