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Adding a LetsEncrypt certificate for a subdomain with a NodeJS App

So you know how to add a Let's Encrypt certificate for your domain? So did I. And do you know how to set up a subdomain with a NodeJS app? So did I. It's not much different from the process of setting a Ghost blog on a subdomain. Now comes
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on javascript

Changing the language for the Bootstrap Date Paginator plugin

At least once in every developer's life comes a moment when he must struggle with someone else's plugin. It does everything you need with close to no effort on your side, except for one tiny but very important thing. Sometimes, it's enough to simply read the manual but more often
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on hosting-adventures

Renewing a Let's Encrypt certificate for Nginx

If having a SSL certificate was once a nice-to-have shiny thingy, nowadays it's almost mandatory for every any kind of respectful website. And with Free SSL/TSL certificates offered for free by Let's Encrypt it would be a shame not to add one to your website, even if it's just
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Closing an eye on bad practices

You know how some people just loooove to bash Internet Explorer, considering it one of the worst things that happened to the Internet, the arch enemy of web developers and the only browser where bugs happen? Well, not for me! My nemesis is Firefox! It was the end of a
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Building a Facebook Messenger bot - how to start

Of all the new web technologies announced in the past years, nothing seemed more interesting to me than the new chat bot movement, particularly the one presented by Facebook. As someone who uses Facebook to keep in touch with friends, I've found the Messenger app useful simply because it allowed
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