Just today I completed the medium archiving process. You can now view the archives at
How did I implement it?
I went over to medium. There I downloaded an archive of all my posts I wrote. They were saved as pure HTML files.
I put them all into a folder labeled “archive”
I then created a page that iterates through each page and links to it.
bad news: They are still pure HTML files :(
I would still mark it as an success
Please be sure to check out the archived posts at
I recently stated that I would be moving off Medium and writing mainly on my personal website.
Main issue with this though is I have quite a bit of stories on Medium.
So the solution to this is pretty simple actually. Medium allows writers to download a zipped archive of all their posts.
I will just have to create a page on a website that links to all archived posts. They will be viewed as unstyled HTML webpages.
I’m sorry :P
That’s it for now on this piece of development. I will update about this once it is completed.
I’m currently working on this new project called Alkonost. It’s basically an web app that gives you news from a variety of sources.
I’m building it right now to help diversify my own news reading. Version 1.0 will have a set amount of connected new feeds and categories.
The initial categories for the app will be
I also have to write a RSS parser in the app. I found a library that does most of the hard work for me. However, there is still some kinks I need to work out.
Most of the tech for this project was built out 2 months back for a tutorial I created. I am repurposing that code and publishing it.
The main issue right now is the exerpts creation. A user should not be able to view the entire article within the app. Instead, they should only be able to view an shortened version.
I will write more regarding this project as it progresses. That’s all I have for now.