Ah yeah god no, there are more entry types than I have in the example, and they aren’t empty there.
Technically the frontend supports multiple entries of the same type and in different order, the “editor” is just some inputs though
So technically it’s actually safely useable now.
View this as public beta. As long as my server is safe, no one can get your data.
There’s a preview of the card now and I’ve also added a vcard download.
Selecting contacts is not possible in all browsers and you can’t easily export as vcard… this sucks.
Even generating a vcard won’t work cuz I do not have the details in my model e.g. no name and last name, I just have 1 string called title.
Are you visiting the card and copying that link? Cuz that should fail, not a bug then just bad UI. You need to copy the link from the edit link, the → copy url from here ← thing, not visit that link and copy the urlbar.
I have to think if I disable the cleanurl feature per default, seems confusing. If that really was the issue.
I see the appeal if popl has it by default, but I don’t see the use. It just annoys people who don’t understand, and makes it very slightly more annoying for people to share your link if you don’t want them to
:EDIT @amal would it be possible to use a Vivo key implant to generate a link with a key that’s also a nonce?
So when you load the page you have to have a key that matches some crypto function, and that the server has never seen before. Maybe it could also have a time component, or chronology so you can’t save the link for later
I can send you notes on VivoKey integration, in short, this doesn’t work for this service.
This does exist for Spark 2, I think it’s called SUN. A bit more complex but basically a scan to read nonce type check, but then I’d have to put the password in the redirect URL of the VivoKey servers, so this doesn’t work because VK could decrypt the profile. And VivoKey would need to reconfigure my Spark so it puts the SUN url stuff in the redirect.
This means this service only works with Apex and any other NDEF capable chip.
We could think about an Apex applet that has dynamic NDEF…