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How to Install the Lounge IRC Client on Ubuntu 20.04

The Lounge is a web-based IRC client, written in Node.js, that can be installed and accessed from any modern browser. The Lounge offers a native-like experience without having a dedicated application installed.
In the following tutorial, you will learn…

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How to Install Gulp.js on Rocky Linux 8

Gulp is a cross-platform, free, open-source JavaScript toolkit that helps developers automate and enhance workflows. In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Gulp.js on Rocky Linux 8. Gulp is a task running built on Node.js and NPM that helps developers reduce many time-consuming tasks, such as modification and optimization. Gulp also features a […]

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Install Kuma – Self-hosted Uptime Robot Alternative on Ubuntu 20.04

Uptime-Kuma is an open source monitoring tool like “Uptime Robot” written in Nodejs. It’s a self-hosted monitoring tool with a fancy beautiful dashboard and supports multiple notification methods. In this guide, you will learn how to install Uptime-Kuma on an Ubuntu server and using the Apache web server as a reverse proxy with a free […]

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Customizing Node.js .env Files

.env files provide a popular solution for defining environment variables, particularly in Node.js. Platforms like Heroku, for instance, use .env files as part of their recommended best practices. In this post, we’ll look at a simple Node.js application configured via environment variables, and explore how to customize an .env file with new environment variables that […]

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