Hey guys, in this article I will guide you through the steps which you can follow to host your website or web-app (built with React, Angular, etc…) using Amazon Web Services (AWS) with SSL/TLS enabled (HTTPS). This article is targeted for beginners so anyone could follow these simple steps.
You need the following two prerequisites in order to host a website/web-app in AWS:
Hello everyone! OAuth has been a buzzword for quite some time now and it is hard for a beginner to learn it, not because OAuth is hard, but because of the confusing facts found about OAuth in the web. So I wrote this article to explain why and how OAuth is used in very simple terms! :)
So before diving right in, let’s go back in time and look how users were logged into a system. This is the most basic and simple login system, where the users' credentials are stored in a managed database(passwords are usually hashed). …
Hey everyone😛, are you guys excited to learn how GIT works internally? If the answers is yes, you are in the right place. In this blog article, I will explain in simple terms how Git actually functions.
Before I dive right into the internals of Git, in this section lets have a quick refresher on version control and git basics so that even a beginner can follow along. (Feel free to skip this section if you are confident on Git basics)
In general terms, ‘Version Control system’ is a software tool that allows you to keep a track of changes…
Hey there fellow developers , I have been working with React Native for a few months now and I would like to share my experience on how I managed to start off my React Native journey. This article is NOT a quick guide to set up the development environment and start development , rather it is a comprehensive guide/reference on the foot steps to follow to become a React Native developer. This is targeted for complete beginners so any one who has even a small understanding on at least one programming language will be able to follow :)
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