Create Blog app with NextJS and Contentful API

Create Blog app with NextJS and Contentful API

I have a good experience building a web application using React and NextJS framework. In my last blog, I wrote about setting up a Flask and NextJS application using Docker. This time in this post, I’ll share a tutorial to build a simple blog application using NextJS and Contentful. The steps that I describe here is similar to what I’ve done to display a blog content in Passporr. Please stay tuned, and hopefully, this tutorial will help you to also display a blog in your website without much hassle.

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Setup Flask, NextJs Application with Docker

Setup Flask, NextJs Application with Docker

Recently, I’m working on my side-hustle and launch passporr.com. Passporr.com is a platform that allows international students to search and find anything related to their studies. It can help international students by providing them with free tools and knowledge base of the question and answer from the community. I build the platform using Flask (Python web framework), NextJS (React Framework) and wrap everything in Docker. Before build passporr, I can’t find a good tutorial on how to serve flask and ReactJS application using docker. So I decided to write one now.

In this post, I’ll share how I set up my local development using Docker and docker-compose. I also share how I use docker-machine to deploy it directly to DigitalOcean. The focus of this post is more on how I set up the codebase to work with Docker and docker-compose. In the future post, I’ll make more detail example for both the Flask and NextJS.

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I launch Passporr and this is what I learn

I launch Passporr and this is what I learn

In the last couple of years, I launched two of my side-projects. The first one is The Baby Club and second was Palletio. Both are no longer exists today, but I learned a lot during my time run those two platforms for a while. In this post, I’ll share another side-hustler that I launch recently called Passporr.

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ComponentConfs 2019 Notes

ComponentConfs 2019 Notes

For the last couple of years, I’ve been regularly gone to a tech conference here in Melbourne. Mostly around general technology/software development conference or specific programming language conference such as Pycon. But this week, I attended my first conference around front-end technology, it’s ComponentsConfs 2019. As far as I understand this is the first time they held this conference where it focuses on front-end framework that is built around components concept such as ReactJS , Angular, VueJS. This post is a collection of notes that I took from each session that I attended.

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