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Behind the scenes work
- Rob Koch
I've been working on some more behind-the-scenes stuff with markwhen, which I both
dislike because it doesn't have any immediate value for users,
like because it enables more value for users long-term.
I have been separating the views (timeline/map/calendar) from the editor. At this point, every view is its own standalone application that communicates with the editor via a standard API.
I'm working on opening up this API and adding documentation so that others might be able to make their own views.
I know the current timeline view is the main draw of markwhen and I definitely plan on continuing to improve it. In fact now that the view and the editor are separated I am finding that the timeline is easier to work on.