I am happy to announce that I have released decon-spf version 0.2.1 This release contains a number of improvements and a new feature.[Read More]
Install & Configure Certbot
Docker & Let's Encrypt
I have been playing with a few things of late. Mostly related to moving my site off GitHub and using my own domain. As part of that I am just toying with Let’s Encrypt.
I have been doing this during my trial period with Linode.
Today I will document how I set up Let’s Encrypt using DNS as the preferred Challenge.
Moving Site from GitHub
Generate the redirects for all pages
Push to GitHub Triggers Push to Remote
Auto Update Site from a Git Push
Pushing directly from Dev Server to Remote Production Server
For a little while now I have been thinking about moving my personal blog to a self-hosted service. One of the options I have been considering is Linode.
As part of this idea. I wanted to see how I might be able to automate some of the processes. This is just a write up on one of my ideas so far.[Read More]
Published My First Crate: decon-spf
Today I published my first rust crate.[Read More]
Rust: Add an Example Program to your Library Crate
Recently I decided that I might actually publish my little rust crate. To that end I started looking into some of the things that are needed and what can be done. I have published a perl module in the past. And as a rule for myself, I like to provide an example program that uses a module or library. That is what I will look at today.[Read More]
Rust: Lazy Static Regex
Passing Regex around, helping the compiler keep things optimised.
Hugo Custom Info Boxes
Swift: Deconstruct SPF
Learning Swift: Documenting a Package
I have been working on this project on and off for a bit now. So I thought it was time to go over how we might be able to not only internally document our code, but also to document it at the package level.[Read More]