20 posts for "devops"
Configuring a Kubernetes cluster using kOps for a automated solution with flexibility and low cost. Also how to point a domain name at a cluster for access from the web.
Using Kubernetes with CLI and config files, communicating with pods inside and outside a cluster, with examples of a server connecting to a database.
Working with Docker and Node.js can be a pain, especially when tying to get the perfect, no-maintenance, fast setup that every dev wants. I tried to achieve that perfect setup and include Prisma, and this is the story.
A detailed description of creating my next modern Node.js API starter project with TypeScript, and how I got it working on a Mac M1 machine.
How to receive JSON formatted multipart form data in a Next.js serverless function from a form service webhook, such as Jotform.
Using local database and Redis caching to help speed up your application and ensure you're not hitting those API request limits.
Getting started with Docker for web development by getting to know terminology, as well as creating images of your own projects for sharing with others.
Getting your site HTTPS ready for free using certbot on AWS EC2 instances, and integrating with Nginx config.
An introduction to GitHub Actions and the role the CI/CD service can play in modernizing your web development workflow with building, testing and deployment.
The second of two posts about running a React and Node app on a single AWS EC2 instance, custom domain pointing with Nginx, and self hosted PostgreSQL database.
The first of two posts about running a React and Node app on a single AWS EC2 instance with PM2. A cheaper and more flexible way than AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
A quick and free solution for handling automated Postgres backups in a Node environment.
An overview of web and app asset storage and the different solutions avalaible, covering CDN solutions like Cloudflare which can be utilised to make asset storage a developers dream.
A hard lesson learned with one long evening of ES6 Node, Babel being pushed to a Heroku server.
ESLint with your code while developing can save so much time, and using the new Prettier utility works like magic in your code editor.
A run through of a solid, proven dev and deployment process using MAMP, Wordpress, Github and GIT repos on remote servers - part 2.
A run through of a solid, proven dev and deployment process using MAMP, Wordpress, Github and GIT repos on remote servers - part 1.
Differentiating build tools and bundlers is daunting for a beginner, but Gulp is one of the easiest to get in to. This post will show a simple example of a Gulp setup.