Several weeks ago I made a thing: cwg-issue-browser.herokuapp.com/cwg1234 is a faster way to browse WG21 Core Working Group issues by number than the official URL www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/docs/cwg_defects.html#1234. Because rather than loading and re-rendering 4 megabytes of text every time you load an issue, this little Heroku app caches those 4 megabytes on the server side and just sends over the little piece you’re interested in.
Subsequent page loads (in the 30-minute window before the app goes to sleep again) don’t even need to re-fetch the 4 megabytes. So if you’ve already clicked on the first link above and been unimpressed, maybe you’ll be more impressed when you click on cwg-issue-browser.herokuapp.com/cwg2345.
Props to WG21’s LWG for proactively splitting up their issues list into sub-megabyte subpages: cplusplus.github.io/LWG/issue1234 loads super fast.
As usual, the source code is available on my GitHub.
I used the same python+flask+heroku incantations that I’d previously used for co.py.cat. For writing little web applications like this, I highly recommend Heroku!