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Serving a multi-tenant blog (React SPA) from S3 without NextJS or SSR

With functioning SEO and Open Graph meta tags like og:title and og:description!

Setting the Context

Photo by Stephen Phillips - Hostreviews.co.uk on Unsplash

Moogle.cc lets you blog from your Gmail — much like Hey World except you don’t need to be a hey.com user and the blog can live on your own domain.

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A new tech publication by Start it up (https://medium.com/swlh).

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Sai Ramachandran

Sai Ramachandran

I am the founder of https://moogle.cc which lets you write and post to your blog from Gmail. You can also reach me at sai@ramachandr.in

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