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How to make an Google Drive alternative in MINUTES

How to make an Google Drive alternative in MINUTES

In this tutorial I will show you how to make a Google Drive alternative in minutes! 😮 This tutorial is very simple and will require 0️⃣ skill needed! Lets begin! Process To begin you need to have the following: AWS Account Need to be connect to the following regions: Europe (Ireland) Asia Pacific (Singapore) Asia Pacific (Sydn...

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AWS In Depth: What is Amazon Bracket.

AWS In Depth: What is Amazon Bracket.

Introduction Welcome to a new series where I go in-depth and explain about one AWS Service per article. This series will be a BLAST🔥! Time to go In-Depth To begin we need to know what basic goal that AWS Bracket to trying to give us. AWS Bracket is inside the Quantum Technologies. The goal basically is to allow you to be in a d...

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How to create an SSL/TLS Certificate on AWS!

How to create an SSL/TLS Certificate on AWS!

Introduction Every website need an SSL/TLS Certificate! Without them our credit/debit cards can be HACKED including our passwords. SSL/TLS Certificates help protect websites from hackers viewing our personal information. Creating an SSL Certificate To begin you must have a AWS account. Go to your AWS Management Console. Next se...

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How to turn your AWS S3 Bucket into a network drive! (Free)

How to turn your AWS S3 Bucket into a network drive! (Free)

Did you know you can add your S3 bucket to your network drive WITHOUT using your local drive storage?? Ditch Onedrive, Dropbox or Mega! I will show you the process on how to set it up 100% for free! Process To begin you must have an AWS account. Go to your AWS Control Panel Search up IAM and press the first icon At the right s...

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How to install Yarn on Ubuntu!

How to install Yarn on Ubuntu!

What is Yarn? Yarn is a JavaScript package manager compatible with npm that helps you automate the process of installing, updating, configuring, and removing npm packages. It caches every download package and speeds up the installation process by parallelizing operations. It is like NodeJS. Installation Installing Yarn on Ubunt...

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The work in progress of Searchine!

The work in progress of Searchine!

The reason I wasn't posting alot this week is because I am working on a big project! It is a search engine called Searchine. It is built with HTML and CSS! The live beta will be released within 48-72 (2-3 days). I will show you a screenshot of the basic. If you have any ideas like design, more navbar addons. Then dm me on the d...

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How to host a Wordpress site on AWS Lightsail FOR FREE!!!

How to host a Wordpress site on AWS Lightsail FOR FREE!!!

What is Wordpress? WordPress is the simplest, most popular way to create your own website or blog. In fact, WordPress powers over 40.0% of all the websites on the Internet. Yes – more than one in four websites that you visit are likely powered by WordPress! Process To begin go to the AWS Control Panel and find the search bar....

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BEST VISUAL STUDIO CODE EXTENSIONS!

BEST VISUAL STUDIO CODE EXTENSIONS!

Today I will show you the TOP 10 best Visual Studio Code (VSC) Extensions. Extensions make the UX (User Experience) better and more comfortable. The first catagory is File Icons. 1. Import Cost Link: Click Here Import Cost is a VS Code extension that displays the size of imported packages inline, so you know exactly how much imp...

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How to install OpenVPN on Ubuntu!

What is OpenVPN? OpenVPN is an open-source, fast, popular program for creating a VPN (Virtual Private Network). It uses both the TCP and UDP transmission protocols, and VPN tunnels are secured with OpenVPN protocol with SSL/TLS authentication, certificates, credentials, and optionally MAC address lock as well as multi-factor aut...

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How to host a Static site on AWS Amplify! (EASY)

How to host a Static site on AWS Amplify! (EASY)

What is AWS Ampylify? Amplify is a set of tools and services that can be used together or on their own, to help front-end web and mobile developers build scalable full stack applications, powered by AWS. With Amplify, you can configure app backends and connect your app in minutes, deploy static web apps in a few clicks, and easi...

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How to install Dash on Ubuntu!

How to install Dash on Ubuntu!

What is Dash? Linux-dash is an open source web-based server monitoring tool for Linux machines. This tool will displays system properties such as CPU load, logged-in users, RAM usage, disk usage, Internet speed, network connections, RX/TX bandwidth, running processes etc. Installation Installing the packages needed To begin let...

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Top 10 Best FREE AWS Courses on planet EARTH!

Top 10 Best FREE AWS Courses on planet EARTH!

Introduction In this article, I am going to share some of the best AWS courses which will help you to learn this revolutionary and valuable technology free of cost. Unlike many other free courses you will find on the internet, these are genuine free AWS courses which are made free by their authors and instructors for the promoti...

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Whats the difference between Elastic Beanstalk and Lightsail! (AWS)

Whats the difference between Elastic Beanstalk and Lightsail! (AWS)

Introduction Elastic Beanstalk and AWS Lightsail both provide you with Virtual Machine(s). But both of them still have differences and I will tell you them! Explanation Elastic Beanstalk Elastic Beanstalk is a simple to-utilize administration that oversees, conveys, and scales Web App by dealing with limit provisioning, load...

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How to get yourself a FREE domain for your projects!

How to get yourself a FREE domain for your projects!

Introduction Usually when you get side projects you don't want to have sub-domains for your web project. In this tutorial I will show you how to get one completely for FREE! The other reason is because you don't ALWAYS want to pay for a domain. Process Making an account To begin we will need to go to site called Freenom. This i...

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10 MORE TRICKS you NEED to know on Ubuntu!

10 MORE TRICKS you NEED to know on Ubuntu!

1. Displaying an Output As a Table When running orders in the Linux terminal, in some cases their yields can be very difficult to follow. Packed strings and jumbled data are the purposes behind this. Working through this can end up being very difficult, particularly when you're in a rush. These chaotic yields especially influenc...

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How to change ReactJS Localhost port!

How to change ReactJS Localhost port!

I have seen that the How to change Next.JS Localhost port post did very well. I have decided now to do ReactJS as it is similar to NextJS! The Process To change the default port of 3000 it is a bit different then doing it for NextJS. But it is still possible! Lets begin! You must already have a react project made. But if you do...

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How to change Next.JS Localhost port!

How to change Next.JS Localhost port!

I’ve been asked how to change the HTTP port of an app built using Next.js, when you are running it locally. By default the port is 3000, but that’s a commonly used port and perhaps you have another service running on it. How can you change it? The answer is in the package.json file stored in the Next.js app main folder. By defau...

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Nginx vs Apache: The Web Server Battle

Nginx vs Apache: The Web Server Battle

Both Nginx and Apache have their pro(s) and con(s). They are both used by many big tech compainies and by smaller websites. I will tell you the two sides of the Web Server Hosting! Nginx Nginx (also written as nginx or NGINX), came on the scene in 2004, when it was first publicly released by Russian developer Igor Sysoev. As Ow...

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How to install Tilix Terminal Emulator on Ubuntu!

How to install Tilix Terminal Emulator on Ubuntu!

What is Tilix Terminal Emulator? Tilix is a tiling terminal emulator formerly known as Terminix. It is an enhancement over a regular terminal and provides some important features. Features: - Enable users to split the terminal into different sections in order to avoid switching between multiple tabs of the terminal. - Allows a...

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How To Install PHP 7.4 on Ubuntu!

How To Install PHP 7.4 on Ubuntu!

Installation Step 1. Setting Up PHP 7.4 Run the following command to update apt-get itself, which ensures that you have access to the latest versions of anything you want to install: sudo apt-get update Next, install software-properties-common, which adds management for additional software sources: sudo apt -y install software-...

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How to make a DNS Server on Ubuntu!

How to make a DNS Server on Ubuntu!

What is a DNS Server? The Domain Name System (DNS) is the phonebook of the Internet. When users type domain names such as ‘google.com’ or ‘nytimes.com’ into web browsers, DNS is responsible for finding the correct IP address for those sites. Browsers then use those addresses to communicate with origin servers or CDN edge servers...

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25 MORE Cloud Azure Services!

25 MORE Cloud Azure Services!

1. Azure Repos Azure Repos is a set of version control tools that you can use to manage your code. Whether your software project is large or small, using version control as soon as possible is a good idea. 2. Azure Maps In Azure Maps you can create location-aware web and mobile applications using simple and secure geospatial se...

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25 MORE AWS Services Explained!

25 MORE AWS Services Explained!

Welcome back to the Cloud Services Explained! I'm back on AWS and soon Azure and Google Cloud. {% giphy https://giphy.com/embed/l4pSZSaj0ICZHnIHe %} 1. DocumentDB DocumentDB is designed from the ground-up to give you the scalability and durability you need when operating mission-critical MongoDB workloads. In Amazon DocumentDB,...

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How to install Kotlin on Ubuntu!

How to install Kotlin on Ubuntu!

What is Kotlin? Kotlin is a cross-platform, statically typed, general-purpose programming language with type inference. Kotlin is designed to interoperate fully with Java, and the JVM version of Kotlin's standard library depends on the Java Class Library, but type inference allows its syntax to be more concise Installation To b...

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How to install C++ on Ubuntu!

How to install C++ on Ubuntu!

What is C++? C++ is an object-oriented programming (OOP) language that is viewed by many as the best language for creating large-scale applications. C++ is a superset of the C language. A related programming language, Java, is based on C++ but optimized for the distribution of program objects in a network such as the Internet....

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10 USEFUL Ubuntu Tricks YOU MUST KNOW!

10 USEFUL Ubuntu Tricks YOU MUST KNOW!

1. Open a Superuser Run Programs Dialog You probably already know that hitting Alt+F2 will cause a "Run Programs" dialog box to appear. Here you can type any program name to run it. I often use it to run gconf-editor, which hasn't got a menu entry, for example. However, if you type gksu into a terminal window (with not...

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10 Useful Ubuntu Commands - Part 1

10 Useful Ubuntu Commands - Part 1

1. Using tab for autocompletion I’ll start with something really obvious and yet really important: tab completion. When you are starting to type something in Linux terminal, you can hit the tab key and it will suggest all the possible options that start with string you have typed so far. For example, if you are trying to copy a...

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How to install KornShell (KSH) on Ubuntu!

How to install KornShell (KSH) on Ubuntu!

What is KSH? Ksh (KornShell) is a UNIX shell developed by David Korn at Bell Labs in the early 80. Initially developed from bourne shell source code. Installation KSH is available on Ubuntu repository. To install ksh on Ubuntu Linux we can do the following commands. First, let’s update apt metadata using command below. sudo apt...

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How to install Apache Kafka on Ubuntu!

How to install Apache Kafka on Ubuntu!

What is Apache Kafka? Apache Kafka is a community distributed event streaming platform capable of handling trillions of events a day. Initially conceived as a messaging queue, Kafka is based on an abstraction of a distributed commit log. Installation You must have at least 4GB of ram in your Ubuntu VM. Step 1. Creating a User f...

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25 Top Google Cloud Services that YOU should know!

25 Top Google Cloud Services that YOU should know!

I just left the Cloud Azure zone and I just arrived at the Google Cloud zone. I wonder what I will find in this area! I just found the Compute section, I wonder what we can find! 1. Compute Engine Compute Engine offers always-encrypted local solid-state drive (SSD) block storage. Local SSDs are physically attached to the serve...

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