I wrote a post a while back about nginx-proxy and how I was using it to resolve local DNS records. Today I decided I wanted to be able to monitor my server remotely using glances running over Supervisor and utilizing glances' internal webserver. Since this wasn't running in a container I needed a somewhat creative way to add it.
Recently Next.js released version v10.0.0 which introduced
next/image. So the TLDR; is it does a lot of internal image optimization for you so you don't have to implement your own solutions for them manually. The component supports different
layout values that define how your image size behaves according to the current viewport or surrounding element. Besides passing a
layout prop they require you to always pass the desired
In my previous blogpost I wrote how I transitioned from using the
aws-cli to using encrypted backups with
duplicacy instead. Since then I've just been having some fun with the cron that actually takes the backups using the bash script I wrote. I decided to transition it to a typescript project just for fun and fletching it out a bit more.