There are a number of ways you can deploy a Django app.
One of the simplest is by running the app using Docker Compose directly on a Linux virtual machine.
The benefits to this approach are:
Fastest and easier to get up and running.Define…
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In our advanced course on building REST APIs, we teach how to use Travis-CI to run unit tests and linting for your project.
Since launching the course, GitHub has launched their own CI/CD workflow tool called GitHub Actions and many students…
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This video is a step-by-step instruction of installing Node.JS version 6 on Ubuntu or Linux Mint. Hint: As tempting as it might be, don't install it through the package manager. I'll explain why in the video below.
Node.JS Official Website:…
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A lot of people ask me questions when something isn't working.
While I'm more than happy to help where I can, the questions I tend to get don’t outline enough information for me to be able to answer them. But more importantly, I…
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