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README.md

The Timeline of Terror

A complete guide to the terrible events of 9/11

An effort to modernize the excellent and comprehensive Terror Timeline project using Gatsby.

Available at: https://timelineofterror.org

If you like this project, please consider doing the following:

  • Starring on GitHub
  • Buying me a soda (can't have coffee - my kidney's would explode)

BuyMeACoffee

About

WARNING!

This project is not condoned or even approved by History Commons or Paul Thompson. There is a chance this content may need to be removed. If you know how to contact Mr. Thompson or History Commons, please email me at alex.shaw.as@gmail.com

The Terror Timeline reflected the state of technology in the early 2000s: dynamic web pages, MySQL database, and JavaServer Pages.

That technology is now obsolete, at least in the realm of web development. It is much faster and cheaper to generate static content and then host it on a simple HTTP server.

That is why I chose Gatsby. It's fast, it's modern, can pull data from almost any source, uses React templates, generates static web pages, handles offline and progressive web apps, supports CommonMark, and has an entire library of plugins.

License

Source code is licensed under MIT.

Content is licensed under Creative Commons — Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike

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