It’s time to add next and last episode for our Nginx blog series. This time post will not describe specific thing, but few different tips and tricks. You can use them to improve your site performance, add additional monitoring, or just serve some files only for special users. If you have any other ideas, feel free to comment and feedback – I can add your suggestions to this blog post, or create next episode. Fine, go to our configuration files.
Last time I work with Node and Vue.js. It’s very nice and allows to simplify many, many things. And it’s a lot better – for me – than React and its code mess… One of very nice features from Vue is components. We can separate code into small modules and then import and use them in another as blocks. We can also send some data to them, but direct data binding is only in one way – from parents to childs. According to official documentation, we should use events to notify parents about changes in childs and then make changes. But what about nested childs?
We have ready Nginx server, ready PHP deamons with tweaked configuration so… what next? It’s time to secure our websites. With Nginx it’s very simple to run SSL/TLS connections and also HTTP/2 – faster protocol, great for mobile devices and new web browsers. Like in previous chapters, we will make changes not only to enable secure connections, but also tweak default settings – be aware, these recommendations will not work with old browsers like Opera 12, Internet Explorer 7 or old Android (2.x) build-in browsers. I thinks is isn’t any drawback, these browsers are obsolote for a long time. Ok, let’s start with Nginx configuration.
I decided to write about this, very irritable topic – what is better, road bike or MTB? After few years and riding on different bikes, I think road bike is much, much better. Remember, that it’s only my opinion and you can have completely different – everyone has their own point of view. I did not try to be objective, but I have some arguments to say that road bikes are better. Why? Just read rest of this post.