I continue to be amazed by the depth of tools created by Sysinternals even after all the tools I have used over years. Zoomit is certainly one of them. Now, how many times have you wondered about making things a weebit exciting by drawing something on the screen while you are presenting stuff.
It is no secret that I am a fan of Vue and Vuetify / Quasar. While the styling libraries get stuff done real quick, I often do demo projects or throw-away sites that do not need the heavy hitters. While the project development may be quick and all they enjoy is a couple of hours of show-time, I cannot quite afford to show an app without some basic styling.
Redirection can be easy enough on Nginx. Let’s see how we can utilise that for our single page applications coded in Vue, React, etc. Nginx and Redirection Nginx configuration is simple but powerful. All we need is a couple of lines to setup our server. Add the below lines to the Nginx configuration files (e.
I switched to Caddy recently on one of our servers to host multiple applications and am super happy about its simplicity and ease of use. Here’s how I use Caddy with Quasar. What is Caddy? Caddy is a web server much like Nginx. It calls itself “a new kind of extensible platform for server apps”.
WSL2 was released yesterday along with Windows10 May 2020 update (v2004). WSL2 enables to work with Linux kernels within Windows, and it brings some crazy possibilities for those of us who refuse to dual boot or switch over completely to Linux. I am assuming that you already have installed Windows v2004 through the normal Windows update channel, or through the update assistant.
Here are the list of tools that I use in my developer life 🔥🔥. Almost all of the tools are free, or reasonably priced. We live in exciting times - a developer in a “developing country” can do business globally by using the most amazing tools that humankind has produced.
Here are a few simple ways and powerful tools to test your email functionality when you are developing your awesome application. The Case for Email Testing After working in CRM and dealing with millions of records, and dozens of fragile’ly built systems, I have been through imagined (and a couple of real) scenarios of email fiascos -
Excel is the only program you need to survive in IT. So, how about a template for tracking tasks in an Agile Scrum project? Why Scrum? If you are looking for the answer on why agile / scrum - You are in the wrong site That is well beyond the scope of this post In short: Scrum is a framework to run your project using Agile methodologies.
VestaCP is an easy to use control panel. You just need to know where to go for what! The Problem SSLs are de-facto standards for web applications of today. How can you enable SSL for your own web app, preferably for free? The Solution I am no Unix Guru and for the life of me, cannot enable domains, mails, etc.
Aren’t you following the right way to git? Are you frustrated with the message “There is no tracking information for the current branch”? Keep calm and read on. The Problem I create new Git repositories all the time - just like any other developer. I am too stupid to notice the small things and learn my lessons - unlike any other developer.
Wondering how you could apply modern UI design to emails? Here’s the answer. The Problem I don’t know about you - but emails are the last thing that I want to design. I end up sending plain text emails for most of my apps, and that works just fine. However, a few projects have more complex requirements.
We back with a valuable site of the month after a not-so-brief hiatus. Here’s presenting this month’s pick - an online HTML editor. No.. Not another editor HTML editors are aplenty. Anyone and everyone can whip up a quick site using TinyMCE, CKEditor and the like, provide a preview and call it a day.
Configure email server on a third party host using CPanel, while continuing your app server on your favourite VPS. Background Typically I configure email server to be on the same server as my NodeJS / PHP app. Bad practice? Sure. But, it works just fine for the kind of applications that I write.