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How to Install Deno on macOS
How to Install Deno on macOS
Deno is a simple, modern and secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript, by the creator of Node.js himself, Ryan Dahl. Deno uses the Chrome v8 engine and is built with Rust. The project just reach version 1.0 and got many people in the JavaScript community interested. In this tutori...
Create Social Sharing Buttons without JavaScript and Third-party Tracking
Create Social Sharing Buttons without JavaScript and Third-party Tracking
Getting content to go viral is a key part of driving traffic to any website. To increase the chances of that happening, it's important to provide readers with an easy way to share the content you have created. Social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, LinkedIn and others ...
How to Print Queries in Django Views
How to Print Queries in Django Views
If you are building a web application with Django you are well aware that the database is an integral part of your application. The need to analyze queries and to then query your data in the most optimal way is at the for front of your development process. Django provides a handful of...
Enable & Write Cron Jobs for Strapi
Enable & Write Cron Jobs for Strapi
A cron job is a useful utility that can be found in any unix-like operating system. It can be used to schedule time-based commands without human intervention. With Strapi, we can use cron jobs to import data or run application tasks automatically. To write cron jobs in Strapi is super...
How to install NodeJS on Fedora 35
How to install NodeJS on Fedora 35
The easiest way to install NodeJS on Fedora 35 is to use the dnf package manager. Use DNF to download NodeJS Simply Open up your terminal and run the following command. sudo dnf install nodejs Verify the packages to download After you have run sudo dnf install nodejs you will have to ...
How to Create SSH Keys for Linux
How to Create SSH Keys for Linux
An SSH key is an access credential utilized for the SSH protocol. Its function is similar to that of user names and passwords, but the keys are primarily used for accessing servers via the command line. Create SSH Key To create and SSH key on Linux we can use the command ssh-keygen. s...
How to Install Go on Linux
How to Install Go on Linux
Download the latest Linux version of Go You can download the latest binary from https://go.dev/dl/ Extract the archive you downloaded into /usr/local, creating a Go tree in /usr/local/go. Important: This step will remove a previous installation at /usr/local/go, if any, prior to extr...
How to Install & Configure Strapi with PostgreSQL
How to Install & Configure Strapi with PostgreSQL
If you have used Strapi before, you know how fast and easy it is to install with the "--quickstart" flag that includes SQLite as a default database. However, if you want to use a database like MongoDB or PostgreSQL the install and configuration requires a little bit more att...

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    How to Install Deno on macOS

    Deno is a simple, modern and secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript, by the creator of Node.js himself, Ryan Dahl. Deno uses the Chrome v8 engine and is built with Rust. The project just reach version 1.0 and got many people in the JavaScript community interested. In this tutori

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    Install & Configure Tailwind CSS and Standalone CLI for your Project

    Tailwind CSS is a fantastic CSS utility framework that strikes a great balance between sound naming convention and artistic freedom. It allows you to rapidly prototype user interfaces for the web while also manage and ship fully customizable CSS to production. Previously, the only w

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    How to Disable GitLab's Automatic DevOps Pipelines

    GitLab's automatic pipelines is an amazing feature that allows you to push your commits to your Git repository hosted on GitLab and then automatically have that code being deployed to production. However, in some instances you probably would like to control the deployment manually. Ma

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    How to Find Your MAC Address on Ubuntu

    At some point when running Ubuntu on your local machine or a server it can be useful to find out what your MAC address is. In this tutorial I will showcase three ways you can get hold of your MAC address or devices connected to your system. What is a MAC Address? A MAC address is a un

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    How to Locate and Kill Processes in Linux

    Running any system comes with all sorts of unintended consensuses like encoutering unresponsive apps, frozen process and much more. Today we are going to take a look at how we can mitigate that when running Linux. The operating system comes with a hand full of command-line tools that

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