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  • Edited Tutorial

    How To Generate Universally Unique Identifiers (UUIDs) with uuidgen

    Generate universally unique identifiers from the command-line using the uuidgen command.
    By joshtronic Linux Commands Linux Basics
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Build and Deploy a Hugo Site to DigitalOcean App Platform

    In this tutorial you'll use Hugo to build a small static web site and then deploy the site to DigitalOcean App Platform.
    By Brian Hogan DigitalOcean App Platform HTML Deployment
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    How To Install and Use Homebrew on macOS

    Homebrew (http://brew.sh) is a package manager for macOS which lets you install free and open-source software using your terminal. In this tutorial you'll install and use Homebrew on your Mac.
    By Brian Hogan Development Applications Open Source
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    How To Install MongoDB from the Default APT Repositories on Ubuntu 18.04

    The author selected the Creative Commons Corporation to receive a $100 donation as part of the Write for DOnations program.
    By Mateusz Papiernik MongoDB NoSQL Ubuntu 18.04
  • Published Tutorial in Series: How To Manage Infrastructure with Terraform

    How To Use Terraform with DigitalOcean

    Terraform is a tool for building and managing infrastructure in an organized way. In this tutorial, you'll install and use Terraform to create an infrastructure on DigitalOcean that consists of two Nginx servers that ...
    By Mitchell Anicas, Brian Hogan System Tools API Terraform Nginx Load Balancing DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers DNS Configuration Management
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    How To Manage Infrastructure with Terraform

    Terraform is a popular open source Infrastructure as Code (IAC) tool that automates provisioning of your infrastructure in the cloud and manages the full lifecycle of all deployed resources, which are defined in sourc...
    By Savic, Mitchell Anicas and Brian Hogan Terraform Cloud Computing Configuration Management System Tools API Nginx Load Balancing DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers DNS Apache Python DigitalOcean
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    How to Rewrite URLs with mod_rewrite for Apache on Ubuntu 18.04

    Apache's modrewrite module lets you redirect URLs based on additional conditions, or rewrite URLs in a cleaner fashion, translating human-readable paths into code-friendly query string. In this tutorial, you'll enable...
    By Mateusz Papiernik, Brian Hogan Apache Ubuntu 18.04
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    DigitalOcean Article Payout

    Hi @khanhuzaima! Thanks for your interest in our Write for DOnations program. Unfortunately we can only ma…
    By bhogan
  • Edited Tutorial

    How to Download Files with cURL

    Download files from a remote server to your local system from the command-line using the curl command.
    By joshtronic Linux Basics Linux Commands
  • Edited Tutorial

    How To Configure Nginx as a Web Server and Reverse Proxy for Apache on One Ubuntu 18.04 Server

    In this tutorial you'll configure Nginx as both a web server and as a reverse proxy for Apache to host four domains on a single server.
    By Jesin A Nginx Apache PHP Let's Encrypt Ubuntu 18.04
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    How to Rewrite URLs with mod_rewrite for Apache on Ubuntu 20.04

    Apache's modrewrite module lets you redirect URLs based on additional conditions, or rewrite URLs in a cleaner fashion, translating human-readable paths into code-friendly query string. In this tutorial, you'll enable...
    By Mateusz Papiernik, Brian Hogan Ubuntu 20.04 Apache
  • Edited Tutorial

    How To Time Command Execution with the time Command

    Learn how to track how long a command takes to execute from the command-line using the time command.
    By joshtronic Linux Basics Linux Commands
  • Edited Tutorial

    How To Loop Through Files in a Directory

    Iterate through the files in a directory and run commands against them using shell scripting loops.
    By joshtronic Linux Commands Linux Basics
  • Edited Tutorial

    How To Set Up a Ruby on Rails GraphQL API

    In this tutorial, you will build a GraphQL-powered Ruby on Rails API for taking notes. When you are finished, you will be able to create and view notes from the API using GraphQL.
    By Chuks Opia Ruby on Rails Ruby GraphQL PostgreSQL API
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    DigitalOcean's Technical Writing Guidelines

    DigitalOcean is excited to continue building out its collection of technical articles related to server administration and software engineering. To keep the DigitalOcean community unified and to ensure that articles f...
    By Hazel Virdó, Brian Hogan DigitalOcean Articles Write for DO
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    How To Set Up Nginx with HTTP/2 Support on Ubuntu 18.04

    HTTP/2 is a new version of the Hypertext Transport Protocol, which is used on the Web to deliver pages from server to browser. This tutorial will help you set up a fast and secure Nginx server with HTTP/2 support.
    By Brian Hogan Nginx Let's Encrypt Ubuntu 18.04
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install and Use Docker on Ubuntu 20.04

    Docker is an application that simplifies the process of managing application processes in containers. In this tutorial, you'll install and use Docker Community Edition (CE) on Ubuntu 20.04. You'll install Docker itse...
    By Brian Hogan Ubuntu 20.04 Docker
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    Using Grep & Regular Expressions to Search for Text Patterns in Linux

    Grep is a tool used to search for specified patterns within text input using regular expressions. Regular expressions are a system for describing complex text patterns. Regular expressions are a powerful tool that c...
    By Justin Ellingwood, Brian Hogan Linux Basics Linux Commands
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Use the AWK language to Manipulate Text in Linux

    Awk is a programming language and utility included in all Linux distributions that can be used to manipulate and process text files in a fine-grained manner. In this guide, we will discuss the basics of how to use aw...
    By Justin Ellingwood, Brian Hogan System Tools Linux Basics Linux Commands
  • Published Tutorial in Series: Using Sed

    Intermediate Sed: Manipulating Streams of Text in a Linux Environment

    The sed stream editor can be used to perform complex editing operations with a minimal amount of instruction. The automated nature of sed makes it perfect for use in scripts and background processing. This article w...
    By Justin Ellingwood, Brian Hogan Linux Basics Linux Commands