Here's the video I'd show you if you were investing money in Boom Languages!
I've tried at least 8 solutions for how to host my tech blog online, and Material for Mkdocs takes the cake. It has everything I need and more, and it all comes working out of the box.
This post is about briefly documenting some of the solutions I've tried in the past, along with their pros and cons, and how they compare to Material for Mkdocs.
Let's host a Next.js app on Kubernetes!
Let's wrangle us some Longhorn and install it on our cluster.
You don't need a data center - we can setup one server for less than $150 that will work just as well.
Login with Google. Login with Apple. How many times have you seen that button?
It should be easy to get social login working with your app, because these things are EVERYWHERE.
However, it's not as easy as you would think. There are plenty of little details that are easy to miss along the way.
In this tutorial, we'll generate a Next.JS app from scratch and configure login with Google and login with Apple.
Our entire world runs on computers, but few understand how they work at the lowest level. Everything, from your phone and laptop to the flight controllers on an airliner, has at least one computer chip in it called the CPU, which tells it what to do.