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How to Deploy a Deno Docker Container to Heroku

The Zero To Mastery Deno Course deploys a Deno docker container to Amazon EC2. The EC2 instances cost money after you’ve exhausted your free 12 months. Plus, Amazon’s cloud services can be tricky. Sometimes, services spike. You quickly exceed your free tier, even for a simple toy app. Let’s deploy Deno to Heroku instead. Heroku’s free tier stays free regardless of usage. The free level is slow, because it will periodically stop to save resources.
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How I Set Up Redshift

Redshift is a free utility program for Linux that allows you to adjust the computer screen’s color temperature. You’ll want to use the software to reduce eye strain, especially at night. The bluish color of the computer display is hard on your eyes. Redshift colors the screen in a warmer, reddish color. Minimal Installation of RedShift and Setup (Arch Linux) Installation Using the Arch package manager with yay: yay -S redshift-minimal xorg-xbacklight Setup Go to http://www.
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Changing the Format

I’ve been sick the last few days and wasn’t able to program or to write blog posts. For now, I will cut back on blogging. I’m not sure if the daily format is the best for me. The quality of the blog posts is often subpar. Daily blogging was a good exercise for me. It forced me to produce. I published my thoughts and learnings instead of being afraid that my writing is not good enough.
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Static File Server With Deno and Abc

Let’s say I have some static files I want to serve. For example, a React app or a Svelte app. Create Svelte App Let’s use the Svelte template: npx degit sveltejs/template svelte-app cd svelte-app npm install Now we need to create a production build: npm run build The command will create an optimized build in the public folder. Create Deno Server Install Deno. We’ll use the third-party module Abc to create a simple web server.
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JWT on Frontend

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