This is an all-in-one playlist of Zero-to-Prod in Half an Hour series.
This series will show how you can rapidly prototype a full-blown production-ready app in under half an hour. Interested? Let’s jump right in.
This series will show how you can deploy a full-blown production-ready web application in half an hour. Let’s look into what kind of an application we’ll build and what technologies we’ll use.
As a final step, we’ll deploy our application to an AWS EKS Kubernetes cluster and make sure that it’s healthy, up, and running.
We have an app that works locally. Now it’s time to put it into a container and yeet it out to a cluster. And that’s what we’ll do.
We are done with the authentication part. We are almost near the end of our application’s initial implementation. We just need a questions handlers, which, in essence, is a glorified file server with some path traversal protection for an added level of security.
This section will introduce a middleware layer to our project and we’ll write a sample middleware to see it in action.
Having implemented our middlewares, now it’s time to implement the missing OAuth0 callback, login, and logout handlers.
This section will implement middlewares that we need for authentication, authorization, and service subscription.
This section will discuss various middlewares that we need in our application. We’ll register the middlewares in our routes as if they have already been implemented; and we’ll implement the missing pieces in the upcoming lectures.