One-page web app, testingTwitter users for conventional and QFD shadowbans.
Browser compatibility needs transpiling. Nothing fancy, just the usual babel magic.
git clone https://github.com/shadowban-eu/TwitterShadowBanV2 && cd TwitterShadowBanV2
Since we are using a php backend for request proxying, you will also need PHP. The gulp script uses php-cli’s webserver.
apt-get install php7.2-cli
Finally, use the
default gulp task to start the php-cli webserver and watching for file changes.
npm start build! This creates an uglified script bundle and uses minified versions of 3rd party scripts. Then copy
dist/‘s content to your server_root.
Checking for running server (the PID differs, of course)
pgrep php -f
> 20748 php -S localhost:8080 -t ./dist/
If you need to run the php-cli webserver on another port, you will have to change it manually in
gulpfile.babel.js, somewhere around line 72.
const args = ['-S', 'localhost:8080', '-t', './dist/'];
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