Manage users and their level of access to your resources

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Requirements

  • Amazon Account

Amazon’s Identity Access Management(IAM) allows you to manage users and their level of access to your resources. It provides you with the ability to control a number of things including:

  • Multifactor authentication
  • Control over password rotation
  • Ability to control user permissions

Break Down Of IAM Key Words

Users

These are the people that will be interacting with your resources. In other words, anyone that you want to have the ability to log into the AWS console.

Groups

Groups are a collection of users. For example, you can organize your users who are in the business development team to a group named BisDev. By grouping…


Using Typescript and Rollup.js

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Step 1: Create a Project

If you already have a project feel free to skip to Step 2.

Let’s start with a simple project structure: an /src directory where we’ll export index.ts and a package.json.

/src
-index.ts
package.json

We will be exporting a simple function called addTwo. Add the following to the index.ts file.

export default function addTwo(num:string) {
return num + 2
}

Now, we will begin to install our dependencies.

Step 2: Install Typescript

npm i -D typescript

Because this is a typescript project, we should include a tsconfig.json file to specify the root level and any compiler options. …


And open your doors.

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There are a few things you need before you can open the doors to your website.

Requirements

First: Domain

Don’t take this step lightly. If you have a domain in mind, you should make sure it is available. Visit this page to find a domain that is both available and a good fit for your site’s content.

Here’s an article that goes deeper into the process of choosing a domain.

Second: Website Host

There are several site hosts to choose from, Bluehost, SiteGround, HostGator…etc. I suggest you do more research on the different options to narrow it…


Launch a containerized app using Docker and Node.js

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Requirements

If you have an app already feel free to skip to step 2.

Step 1. Create an App

For this part, we’ll create a basic app using Express to generate a simple web server without a view engine.

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