Does anyone know how can one get a .ns domain? Or if it's even possible? thanks submitted by /u/megarocket [link] [comments]
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Hi guys I am new here. I checked the rules hope this is not in violation. I am building a video streaming website, naturally doing research for server costs. Anywhere I go it seems to me companies offer plans for 10TB 20TB outbound and then bill you for overage. 0.01, 0.03 so on. Well I am looking at 800TB monthly outbound to begin with and this doesnt...
Basically would this increase the loading time significantly for the site as a whole? submitted by /u/isthisneeded29 [link] [comments]
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Hi, I never used cypress before and I have a few questions: Right now I have 1 webapp repo and 1 mobile app repo (not a frontend microservice). Am I supposed to write Cypress in the webapp repo or separate repo? Can Cypress test mobile app too? Right now, my setup is I have tests run for pull requests and also for when pull requests are merged using...
Hi reddit, I'm wondering if any of you can point me towards how images such as the one used in this hero section are created: https://www.verygoodsecurity.com/ (I've no affiliation with this site). If you notice the hero image is some kind of JS animation and there's a similar one about half way down the page that appears to be an actual video despite...
What’s changed? It’s especially slow when flicking between different slack groups. I don’t recall ever being like that. I’m on an iPhone 8. Perhaps that could be the issue 🥲 submitted by /u/sbos_ [link] [comments]
BAS (bachelors in applied science) in web development in Arizona state university. You can look up the classes online) Im active duty military so tuition will be 100% covered. I want to be in this career field but don’t know where to look. The classes look like they’re more geared toward graphic and ux design (which I’m also very interested in) but...
I'd like to build a web application that, at its core, is really an API service. The premise is, a user can register for free and generate an API key for free, and use the API with a limited quota of monthly/hourly/minutely calls. If the user wishes, he can upgrade to a paid plan, thus increasing his API quota. When I thinking about building my idea,...
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