Comment systems are an essential part of modern websites, providing a platform for users to engage with the content and share their thoughts and opinions. While there are many options available for adding commenting functionality to a website, one alternative worth considering is integrating a Mastodon thread, also known as a “toot.”

Mastodon is an open-source, decentralized social media platform that allows users to share text, images, and other types of media in a manner similar to Twitter.

In this blog post, we will explore how to integrate a Mastodon thread into your static website as a way to replace traditional comment systems, using simple HTML and JavaScript. By the end of this tutorial, you will have a fully functional Mastodon thread on your website that allows users to participate in discussions and share their thoughts and ideas.

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Welcome to jvmGeek! This new blog aims to talk and discuss about the JVM ecosystem, with news and articles discussing about Java – the language -, and also about other JVM languages such as Scala, Kotlin or Clojure. But it won’t deal only about programming languages, but also about tools and libraries. You’ll find news, tutorials, code examples and more general articles, among other. From time to time I will also try to gather events and news related to one particular matter and post them as a flash post that will help you keep up to date with this effervescent platform.

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Javascript is an old well-known friend that is growing rapidly and gaining traction since Node.js, a command line Javascript interpreter based on Chrome V8 Javascript Virtual Machine, was published. Its community is building great stuff, and more and more companies are moving into this stack, with a high success ratio. Luckily for me, for my last two professional years I have been involved in one way or another with it, been able to relearn the language and discover its framework.

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Wellcome to this new site where you’ll find lots of information about Node.js, Javascript and HTML 5 technologies! This project is a chance for me to share my passion about these new and amazing technologies, trying to make you easier to step into it and to discuss and enjoy technology talks to whomever who wants to. It will be mainly focused on Node.js, but sometimes we will talk about generic Javascript or even frontend Javascript related to HTML5 capabilities.

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Daniel Pecos Martínez

Developer. Blogger. HAM Radio operator.

I write about technology, software, radio and some other interests, like Linux, Dungeons and Dragons or electronics.

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