After thinking about it, I finally figured out how to PESOS from Pocket to my own site using IFTTT. I tried to do it in a similar way to how Charlotte Allen did this. The first step was to retrieve an IndieAuth access token using the tool Gimme a token. Then I created a IFTTT applet with the a new favorite item on Pocket as the trigger and a Webhook to execute.
I recently wrote a blog about how to schedule posts on Netlify using IFTTT. IFTTT is a proprietary service from a company that somehow has to make money (They earn money by charging other services that want to make their service available to the IFTTT platform). However because of this business model, IFTTT is limited to services that have and are willing to pay the money to get on the platform.
This blog is a static website hosted on Netlify. As static site builder, I use the awesome Hugo, which is written in Go and amazingly fast. This page with currently more than 300 pages build in less than 500ms. But as the name “static” suggest - just static files that are served by a simple HTTP server - it doesn't have a dynamic backend with the option to schedule posts, so scheduling isn't possible the same way it is with systems like WordPress.
Jan-Lukas Else
20 years old student who writes about everything he cares about.