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For the first time in 25 years of development I actually got to use that in a production system. It was for a brief lived feature where I needed to ensure I wouldn't step on another status' toes so worked wonderfully.
I'm genuinely very jealous
how could I forget it 😭😂
Well this post is evidence that the service did come back online eventually 😄
Actually, due to edge caching, most pages were still deliverable despite issues with the central application.
Yes, it only lasted a few minutes, thankfully 😄.
Effectively, I noticed it later.
If you're looking for a visual map. http.cat is a great resource
Quite interesting. Thank you ! 😂
Clickbait title! But a nice reminder of HTTP status codes. 🤗
I'll do better next time. 😅
Thank's for the feedback !
I mean, I thought something really bad had happened to Dev.to, but turns out this is nothing but a discussion of status codes. I hope you see my point. 😂
it wasn't my goal, sorry for that 😂😅
For easy reference, who can say no to puppies? httpstatusdogs.com
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