I've been using AWS to host my personal websites (although this website hasn't been relocated there). I automate everything. Anything not automated is just a POC in my perspective. I have some static
Quick tips are notes or ideas I want to keep track of. The posts are generally short.
For an upcoming article, I'm investigating the source code to Ghost - the platform this blog (and many others) run on. I found this code in main/core/server/web/shared/index.js
Somewhat thoughtfully pressing keys on a keyboard to get the computer to do approximately what you want.
I'm working on an article regarding Ghost, I came across the following which didn't work: # First clone Ghost with submodules and make it your working dir git clone --recurse-submodules email@example.com:TryGhost/
Consider this line of code: //Source: https://reactjs.org/docs/hooks-state.html const [count, setCount] = useState(0);How the heck does this work? I threw together a quick test which is shown below.