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September 2016: What new tutorials would you like to read on DigitalOcean?

Got a tech question that could be solved by a how-to? What tutorial topics are sparking your interest this month?

Keep the suggestions flowing until the end of September. During the first week of October, we’ll respond to every topic idea.

So, what tutorials do you wish we had? Upvote the tutorials you want to see written!

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Setting up and using Livecode Server (the Open-Source version) on a DigitalOcean Droplet.

For beginning I think some git tutorial series would be good. There is already older tutorial series about git but I feel like it miss a lot of things.

I didn’t paid much attention to it, but as far as I see it is missing things like returning to previous commits, rebasing, comparing, etc… I would love to see complete git tutorial on one place.

After that, it can be continued with git tutorials. GitHub or GitLab Webhooks tutorial would be a great. Example would be - How to pull chagnes to your Droplet when you push to repo.

This could be enough for now, if I get more ideas, gonna update or add new answer :)

Setting up fully functional email server with roundcube or squirrelmail integrated. Both for nginx and apache server on Ubuntu. (I know currently there are some old tutorials on email server which aren’t really efficient. Please consider publishing an updated and more robust tutorial on it).