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re: Looks cool @lpellis ! What led you to integrate the markdown converter? Interesting approach to revert embeds to their own liquid tag original. p...
 

The motivation for this library is being able to publish posts from my blog to dev.to. My posts are html, and while dev.to kinda supports some html it didn't really work good enough for me, hence the markdown conversion. I figured this type of syndication might be a common use case and is actually tricky to get right, so hope others can find it useful.

httpx looks very promising, does it work as basically a drop-in replacement for you? I have yet to really use asyncio, I've looked at aiohttp but found it quite a bit more complicated.

 

httpx looks very promising, does it work as basically a drop-in replacement for you?

yeah, for the most part, the only drawback is that httpx requires Python 3.6, it doesn't work with 3.5, but I see your library is already asking for 3.6.

I just switched my prototype client to httpx, you can see here: github.com/rhymes/devto-py/commit/...

I have yet to really use asyncio, I've looked at aiohttp but found it quite a bit more complicated

I've kinda given up on asyncio/aiohttp directly, they are really complicated. I'd like to try trio and/or starlette. But async, in general, is not easy :D

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