This is still in progress but the new menu service is now in place and the old title bar is gone and has started to be replaced by a more modern looking sidebar.
Big Update to the ezConsole landing page
This morning I have worked on a new landing page concept and deployed the page for feedback. I think the new page has a more modern feel and will work weel when the landing page moves out of just pre-launch… Read More ›
Setting Minimum Protocol Version for HttpsRedirect in CDK
To change the minimum protocol version when using Https redirect route 53 patterns you must first find the RedirectDistribution and then in that the defaultChild then you can add a poroperty override for the DistributionConfig.ViewerCertificate.MinimumProtocolVersion property, setting the tls version…. Read More ›
AWS CDK Fargate Schedular Write to DynamoDB
In this post I’ll show you how to create a scheduled Fargate task, in this case a locally developed node js Docker container that can push items to DynamoDB on a 1-minute timer. A simpler architecture can be developed using… Read More ›
Deploying a site to AWS with the CDK
In the following we will create a CloudFront, s3 with lambda@edge based website. AWS is not free and you may be charged for services used. So, I got through a renewal email for some hosting I had with GoDaddy and… Read More ›
Setting up Angular with the CLI
Setting up Angular is a relatively simple process and if you follow the steps below you should be up and running in no time. Prerequisites To install Angular, you will first need to have Node JS installed. https://nodejs.org/en/about/releases/ An active… Read More ›
What is Angular?
Angular is an open-source web application framework that is maintained by Google. If you look back at the history of Angular you will find 2 main versions, the original known as AngularJS this was later replaced by a compete rewrite… Read More ›
AWS CDK – True infrastructure as code
Infrastructure as code or IaC has recently become a huge topic in the software world. No longer do we live in a monolithic application world that’s only made up of a couple of huge legacy components that changes only a… Read More ›