There a various tutorials showing you how to host your web applications with a couple of lines on any hosting solution. But that's it. You are able to host your application somewhere, but there are a lot of open questions. What about using an own domain? What about securing it with SSL? What about hosting multiple applications side by side yet keeping it cost efficient by not taking up to much ressources? This article should fill the void and provide you a solution on how to host multiple applications on Digital Ocean.
The articles gives you a huge brain dump of mine about why I built my own course platform, what I used to accomplish it, what challenges I faced, and what decisions I had to make along the way. The article aims to give you a couple of valuable insights into launching your own platform, a web application or in general your own product
In this article, I want to give you the essentials about Git and GitHub. Afterward, I want to show you my essential commands for Git that enabled me to do web development in the recent years. It's no magic and doesn't need to be overwhelming. Last but not least, I want to give you some more information to get started with Git and GitHub.
There is a knowledge gap when it comes to APIs. People assume that the knowledge about APIs is common ground, but it isn't. This article takes you on a journey to explore APIs and their empowering effects. It goes from concrete examples to one abstraction to get to know APIs and their contexts.
The cheatsheet will give you guidance to setup your environment. It addresses Mac users, but you could substitute some tools and instructions with something equivalent for Windows or Linux. Table of Contents Homebrew Git Sublime as Editor iTerm2 (Optional) GitHub Homebrew When you are a Mac user, we will use Homebrew to install everything. Homebrew is a package manager for Mac. Rather than having to download every application from a website, Homebrew allows one to install and manage applications from the command line.