Tag: dns

How to Serve a Subdomain as a Subdirectory

Let’s say you have a website built on a platform that excels at design and it’s available at example.com. But that platform falls short at blogging. So you think to yourself, “What if I could use a different blogging … How to Serve a Subdomain as a Subdirectory originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should get the newsletter. ...
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Setting Up CloudFront to Host Your Web App

In my last article, we went over how to set up a web app that serves chunks and bundles of CSS and JavaScript from CloudFront. We integrated it into Vite so that when the app runs in a browser, … Setting Up CloudFront to Host Your Web App originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should get the newsletter. ...
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My white whale: A use case for will-change

 Nic Chan: […] the will-change property landed in major browsers in August 2015, and I’ve been on the lookout for when to use it ever since. It might seem self-evident to apply it to commonly animated properties such … My white whale: A use case for will-change originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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What the Heck Does “npm” Mean?

One of the things that makes this new, tooling-heavy era of front-end development so seemingly hard to understand at first is that, while we often call things by a singular name, they tend to be actually comprised of several different … What the Heck Does “npm” Mean? originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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How to do nslookup in Python

The Domain Name System, usually known as DNS, is an internet phonebook that contains information about domain names. DNS transforms domain names into IP addresses, allowing browsers to access the resources. ...
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How Spam Filtering Works: From SPF to DKIM to Blacklists

Have you ever wondered why it’s so often recommended to use a dedicated email service like Amazon SES, Mailgun, or other email services? Maybe you’d rather set up your own… Read more The post How Spam Filtering Works: From SPF to DKIM to Blacklists appeared first on Delicious Brains. ...
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