Donovan Hutchinson
Jul 27, 2020 ⋅ 10 min read

Hosting your own Svelte / Sapper app

Donovan Hutchinson JavaScript developer. Solving UX challenges, designing and building web things, teaching @cssanimation, and always learning.

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Handling File Uploads In Next.js Using UploadThing

Handling file uploads in Next.js using UploadThing

Manage file uploads in your Next.js app using UploadThing, a file upload tool to be used in full-stack TypeScript applications.

Jude Miracle
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Exploring Advanced Support For Vite 5 In Storybook 8

Exploring advanced support for Vite 5 in Storybook 8

Explore the latest updates in Storybook 8, focusing on its improved support for Vite 5 as a build tool.

Will Soares
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Using Next Js With React Suspense To Create A Loading Component

Using Next.js with Suspense to create a loading component

Next.js 13 introduced some new features like support for Suspense, a React feature that lets you delay displaying a component until the children have finished loading.

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Exploring Angular 18's Redirectcommand Class And Let Block

Exploring Angular 18’s RedirectCommand class and @let block

Angular’s latest update brings greater control over redirects and the ability to define and assign variables within the template.

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8 Replies to "Hosting your own Svelte / Sapper app"

  1. Very useful info – Thank you!

    One error. it appears that something the system doesn’t like underscores ‘_’. as a result, the top line in the file listing contains errors.

    As listed:
    proxycachepath /var/cache/nginx levels=1:2 keyszone=mycache:10m maxsize=10g inactive=480m usetemp_path=off;

    proxy_cache_path /var/cache/nginx levels=1:2 keys_zone=my_cache:10m max_size=10g inactive=480m use_temp_path=off;

    Still, your article really helped me out.

    Thanks again!

  2. Hey Donovan,

    First thank you for the nice writeup!
    There’s a typo in your post-receive hook, you used both GITDIR and GIT_DIR, this leads to a syntax error that took me quite a while to figure out. If you’re already in the process of fixing this, maybe also change from master to main for the branch check.

    Best, Luca

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