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tim-phillips opened this issue Sep 14, 2018 · 4 comments · Fixed by #10

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commented Sep 14, 2018

Add a query parameter ?q=night+driving (replace space delimiter + with underscore to match file naming convention)

https://www.postgresql.org/docs/10/static/functions-matching.html

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commented Jul 29, 2019

@tim-phillips - went to search for my archived shows yesterday and found the help wanted banner. I would love to take a stab at this! Looks pretty straightforward if everything is already indexed in postgres. Poking through the rest of the repos, I couldn't find a corresponding frontend archive project. Is that available on Github somewhere?

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commented Jul 30, 2019

Hey all, I'd like to pitch in too (time and life permitting :-) ). @wkentdag @tim-phillips I remember there being some talk of migrating KCHUNG to a front end framework like vue.js -- not sure where ppl are in that, but it might be a good step to take for collaboration.

At the very least creating a front end repo we can branch off of, setting up an automated build, production/test env, etc.

Again, maybe I'm missing something and someone is already moving on this.

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commented Jul 30, 2019

@LordNikon909 looks like a lot of the small repos under the Kchung umbrella are using next.js, which I use quite a bit at my day job and am a huge fan of. Would love to be a part of a bigger overhaul discussion too, but this seemed like a nice first issue to get my teeth into. @tim-phillips if you're looking for collaborators, maybe we can discuss setup more in the kchung slack?

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commented Jul 30, 2019

Hey! Thanks for posting here. Very stoked you're interested.

I agree, should be straightforward just using ILIKE in postgres in this api.

Yes, we definitely need the site moved from our ftp to a repo here and automate deployment. I'd love to move everything radio related into one monorepo, that way you don't have to know what each and every repo does.

@tim-phillips tim-phillips transferred this issue from kchungradio/radio-archive-api Sep 17, 2019
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