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Deploying to Azure

Deploying to Azure: Click on the “Virtual machines”. If you don’t see it listed there, search it on the search bar (situated on top). It’s the top result here. Once you click it, you’ll see something like this: Click on the create button and you’ll see 2 options. Click “Virtual machine” and you’ll see something like this: Choose your subscription.Continue reading “Deploying to Azure”

Deploying to Azure

Deploying to Azure: Click on the “Virtual machines”. If you don’t see it listed there, search it on the search bar (situated on top). It’s the top result here. Once you click it, you’ll see something like this: Click on the create button and you’ll see 2 options. Click “Virtual machine” and you’ll see something like this: Choose your subscription.Continue reading “Deploying to Azure”

Deploying to Azure

Deploying to Azure: Click on the “Virtual machines”. If you don’t see it listed there, search it on the search bar (situated on top). It’s the top result here. Once you click it, you’ll see something like this: Click on the create button and you’ll see 2 options. Click “Virtual machine” and you’ll see something like this: Choose your subscription.Continue reading “Deploying to Azure”

Deploying to Azure

Deploying to Azure: Click on the “Virtual machines”. If you don’t see it listed there, search it on the search bar (situated on top). It’s the top result here. Once you click it, you’ll see something like this: Click on the create button and you’ll see 2 options. Click “Virtual machine” and you’ll see something like this: Choose your subscription.Continue reading “Deploying to Azure”

Deploying to Azure

Deploying to Azure: Click on the “Virtual machines”. If you don’t see it listed there, search it on the search bar (situated on top). It’s the top result here. Once you click it, you’ll see something like this: Click on the create button and you’ll see 2 options. Click “Virtual machine” and you’ll see something like this: Choose your subscription.Continue reading “Deploying to Azure”

Implement MongoDB using Spring Boot?

Implement MongoDB using Spring Boot?: ⚡What is MongoDB? MongoDB is a document database with the scalability and flexibility that you want with the querying and indexing that you need. It stores data in flexible, JSON-like documents, meaning fields can vary from document to document and data structure can be changed over time. The document model mapsContinue reading “Implement MongoDB using Spring Boot?”

host your website on Combell

host your website on Combell: Step 1 – Choose your webhosting package Combell offers three webhosting packages: Business, Professional and Expert. For this project I chose the Business webhosting package for several reasons. Firstly, in all honesty, I got a discount code for this package making my website’s first year of hosting free. This is, of course, undeniably was a decisive factor.Continue reading “host your website on Combell”

create your own cryptocurrency with JavaScript

create your own cryptocurrency with JavaScript: Requirements Node.js installed on your machine A code editor (I prefer Visual Studio Code) Working knowledge of Node You can always refer to the GitHub repository if you want to have a look at the code. Getting started Let’s get started by creating a Node project. Navigate to a safe directory and enterContinue reading “create your own cryptocurrency with JavaScript”

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