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Victor Ribeiro
Victor Ribeiro

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Memes - A JavaScript memes parser


A PWA app with memes, videos and gifs in JavaScript. (Reddit parser)

Live version here


A PWA app that parses Reddit for content, without ads or comments.
Since the app runs on the client side, there's virtually no costs with servers (trafic and storage).

How to add subs

Modify the subs variable on the main.js file to add or remove any sub you want.

let subs = [


I do not own or host any of the content featured on the app and I do not share from the content creator's opinion.
All of the content comes from Reddit and it's community.
I'm not responsable for any offensive material that you'll eventually see on the app.

Take a look at the code here

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This post blew up on DEV in 2020:

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Happy coding!