Learn how to personalize your Mac terminal in 5 simple steps.

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  1. Pick a terminal program: hyper.js 🤖


Learn how to create, Dockerize, and deploy your containerized Angular application using Google Cloud Run.

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TL;DR: working example Github repo.

Prerequisites:

Skip step 1. if you already have a working Angular app.

1. Create an Angular App

To get started, use the Angular CLI to generate a new Angular app:

ng new

You will be prompted to name your app and add some configuration choices. Once the CLI has generated all the necessary files for your Angular app, you can test it out by executing these two commands.

cd <app-name>ng serve

In your favorite browser, navigate to http://localhost:4200. …


You do not need to be a command line wizard to be able to use Vim. Using Vim consists in three simple steps: opening Vim, making the necessary text edits, then saving and exiting.

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  1. Opening Vim
vim helloworld.txt

Using the vim command followed by a file name will result in opening that file in the vim editor. If that file does not already exist in your current directory, it will be created.


Build and deploy a website quickly and easily

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What You’ll Need to Get Started

If you have previously worked on some HTML + CSS web pages, or anticipate to, you can only showcase your work to the world by uploading your project files to a hosting source where your websites become accessible through the internet. This has been a painful task in the last couple of decades. However, it has gotten much easier today. …


Create and deploy a Vue.js app to Heroku from scratch in less than five minutes

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Image by Marouen Helali

Prerequisites:

To get started, use the Vue CLI to generate a new Vue app:

vue create <app-name>

If prompted for preset by the CLI, choose default.


Create and deploy a React app to Google Cloud Platform from scratch in less than five minutes

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Prerequisites:
- Node
- An activated Google Cloud Platform account
- gcloud CLI

To get started, use npx to generate a new React app using create-react-app:

npx create-react-app <app-name>

Once npx has generated all the necessary files for your React app, let’s make sure it runs fine by doing:

cd <app-name>
npm start

In your favorite browser, navigate to http://localhost:3000
You should see a screen similar to this one:


Create and deploy an Angular app to AWS S3 from scratch in less than five minutes

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Prerequisites:

To get started, use the Angular CLI to generate a new Angular app:

ng new

You will be prompted for a name for your app, and some configuration choices. Once the CLI has generated all the necessary files for your Angular app, let’s make sure it runs fine by doing:

cd <app-name>
ng serve

In your favorite browser, navigate to http://localhost:4200. If you used Angular 8, you should see a similar screen to this:


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Hello everyone. It came to my attention how important automation is when I started working for a big corporation. I realized that if you do not automate all your scripts, you are most likely not going to do any testing at the end. Tech debt can become a real problem.

Have you ever thought of having all your “post-Github-push” commands ( otherwise knows as deployment process) done for you automatically?
Well today you will learn how to do so in 5 mins. And yes, all you will have to do, is push your new changes to your Github repo. …


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At the end of this tutorial, you will be able to simulate the behavior of quantum circuits on your computer using Qiskit. You will also be able to connect to the IBM Q backend and access IBM’s quantum computer through the cloud (believe it or not, it’s free and everyone can access it).

Before we dive into real work, I want to lay down the requirements, and how to get them:

You will need to have Python ( version > 3.5 ), Anaconda, and the Jupyter Console. You can install all of them at the same time, simply by getting the Anaconda distribution. …


Hello everybody. My name is Mar, and today I want to guide you through the most important step of your Tech career, your first interaction with Github.

I started off as a Computer Science student not long ago, in 2016. However, it took me a whole year to give this Github thing a try. I was hesitant and confused at first, but it did not turn out to be as complex as my peers made it sounds when they were talking about it. All it takes is some motivation! Now let’s dive right into it.

First of all, you will need to make an account here. Once you get that over with and you sign in, go to “your profile” after clicking on your avatar icon in the top right corner and you will see something similar to…

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