Jatin's Newsletter - Issue #1



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Jatin Sharma
Jatin Sharma
Hi there! This is Jatin Sharma. I hope you are doing good along with your family. I am going to talk about the following things in this newsletter-
  • Truncate String with CSS
  •  Use Spotify API with Next.js
  • Add RSS feed in Next.js

Truncate String with CSS
Truncate means to make something shorter, especially by cutting off the top or end. Inside paragraphs, we make the string shorter by cutting the lines.
For Example-
Full Length Text/String
Full Length Text/String
Truncate String
Truncate String
You can achieve this thing by just using some CSS properties. To learn how you can do that, read the following article-
Truncate String with CSS - Jatin Sharma
Use Spotify API with Next.js
Spotify API has many features and endpoints. You can get almost everything you want from your Spotify Account. Such as your Top Tracks, Top Artists and Currently Playing Song, and many more. I’ve implemented all of these three on my portfolio which looks something like this-
Top Streams from Spotify
Top Streams from Spotify
Top Artists from Spotify
Top Artists from Spotify
You can also add those to your portfolio or maybe you want to do something else with the Spotify API, it’s up to you. The main problem is the Authorization of Spotify API, It’s complicated. That’s why I’ve created a full guide that will help you to get authorized.
How to use Spotify API with Next.js - Jatin Sharma
Add RSS feed in Next.js
An RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed is a file that contains a summary of updates from a website, often in the form of a list of articles with links. The user doesn’t need to visit to check if there is an update. RSS sends you the notification or shows the list of updates. You can use RSS Feed Reader chrome extension to manage your feed.
To Learn How you can create your Personal RSS feed. Following is the guide on how you can do it-
How to add RSS feed in Next.js Blog - Jatin Sharma
Thanks for taking the time to go through my newsletter. Let me know on Twitter, if you have any questions regarding this, I’d be happy to help.
See you later.
Best Regards,
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