Tag: SSL

DigitalOcean Welcomes Cloudways to the Family

Hey folks! If you’ve been keeping up with the latest DigitalOcean news, you might be aware that we recently announced our acquisition of a company called Cloudways. In case you’re curious about what this means, we thought it might … DigitalOcean Welcomes Cloudways to the Family originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
Continue Reading DigitalOcean Welcomes Cloudways to the Family

How to Build a Url Shorter with C# Minimal APIs and Azure

For some time now I have wanted to create a URL shortener of my own, and although there are many third-party services that offer this there… ...
Continue Reading How to Build a Url Shorter with C# Minimal APIs and Azure

The Developer’s Advanced Guide to the wp-config.php File

How well do you really know wp-config? There’s a surprising amount of power in those few lines of PHP! This article is a tour of some bits of wp-config that… Read more The post The Developer’s Advanced Guide to the wp-config.php File appeared first on Delicious Brains. ...
Continue Reading The Developer’s Advanced Guide to the wp-config.php File

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. ...
Continue Reading Setting Up CloudFront to Host Your Web App

Create Your Own SSL Certificate Authority for Local HTTPS Development

In 2018 Google started advocating that sites adopt HTTPS encryption, by marking sites not using an SSL certificate as “not secure” in their Chrome browser. This was widely accepted as… Read more The post Create Your Own SSL Certificate Authority for Local HTTPS Development appeared first on Delicious Brains. ...
Continue Reading Create Your Own SSL Certificate Authority for Local HTTPS Development

Why You Should Use the WordPress HTTP functions to Make API Requests

Sometimes your WordPress site needs to talk to other services around the web. This almost exclusively happens using the HTTP protocol. A common example of this is when your WordPress… Read more The post Why You Should Use the WordPress HTTP functions to Make API Requests appeared first on Delicious Brains. ...
Continue Reading Why You Should Use the WordPress HTTP functions to Make API Requests

Python Flask REST API

To create a RESTful API, we’ll utilize Flask and Python throughout this article. To begin, we’ll create an endpoint that returns static data as dictionaries. Following that, we’ll design a class with specializations and a few endpoints for inserting, retrieving, updating, and deleting instances of this data. ...
Continue Reading Python Flask REST API