I hope the view count when Users click once plus one，how can i do it
Digital Ocean one click app?
So i was reading a post a while ago about digital ocean making a one click app for nodebb. I use digital ocean and love nodebb. I was wondering if digital ocean recently has said ye or ney on it? Or where we could get an email address from DO to bug them to make it?
omega Community Repreplied to Velocification on last edited by omega
@Velocification Well I can't find the exact post now but if I remember correctly @Julian recently indicated a one-click installer was being reviewed right now over at DigitalOcean and it sounds very much like the ball was in their park.
Something I noticed when looking for a nodeBB installer in the DO marketplace, before @Julian revelled this insight, I was using Ctrl/CMD + F for the term "nodeBB" (because there are so many one clicks now) it appears to highlight hidden text in a few places. Weird. I dunno if this is a bug but maybe there is a invisible placeholder waiting to be sprung. I should have looked at the pages source code to see what it was.
I don't know if anyone has any hosted images out there either than might make a difference.
omega Community Rep
It's like waiting for Santa!!! Do we have any feedback at all from the guys and girls over at DO?
crazycellsreplied to julian on last edited by
@julian said in Digital Ocean one click app?:
Still waiting on them to get back to me about the image Sorry there's no news on that front yet!
any update on one click app?
gotwf Community RepThis post is deleted!
I'm all for honest opinions, but I should clarify here that it's not DigitalOcean that's dragging their feet, they did eventually get back to me, and now the blocker is me
I've just been quite busy, and it's not terribly high up on my priority list, as similarly to @gotwf, I also prefer to roll my own stuff.
gotwf Community Repreplied to julian on last edited by gotwf
@julian Ah, my bad. I remember this thread from ten months ago (cuz I was wondering then why, why? NodeBB is so easy to deploy. It is what comes after that takes work.). Appreciate the correction. Evidently I was in error w.r.t. the blocker. Mea culpa!
I was a bit self conscious when I wrote it and since the ball's in yer' court comments about potential one clickery alternatives are no longer relevant nor helpful so it's history.