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More specifically a bare bones health check and another separate check that connects to databases and other services you might have.
Here's a Shell script I created to automate a task that used to take a bunch of steps to do manually.
In this video, we'll go over how to set up a health check endpoint in Flask and use the free UptimeRobot service to monitor your uptime.
In this video, we'll use diff, find, sed, grep, cut and sort together to write a custom Jekyll tag checking Shell script.
In this video, we'll loop over data coming in from the back-end and display it in a responsive multi-column layout.
In this video I go over testing and documenting the features of an audio player but the steps taken could be applied to any code base.
In this video we'll go over how to use nginx with Docker to serve a local Jekyll site so that you can test your audio player.
I wanted to launch quickly but also have the site be technically sound from day one. Jekyll and DigitalOcean helped me do that.
In this 20 minute video we'll cover using the same pattern to add a few useful features on a blog powered by a static site generator.
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