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Part 1: Building a Serverless Architecture With AWS. This is the first in a three-part series which will provide an example of a completely serverless architecture offering data-driven sites with a node backend and federated authentication.
Let’s jump into the first entry and learn how to host our code in an AWS S3 bucket. Hosting can run the gamut of complexity, pricing and maintenance. Some of the things we think about when hosting are security, scalability, reliability and complexity. Setting Up SSL on AWS CloudFront and S3. I setup this blog using S3 as the origin server, CloudFront as my CDN, and HTTPS for roughly $10.
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While these developments offer tremendous potential for those of us who work with WordPress for a living, I think there are some important considerations to keep in mind as WordPress and the Web move into a new era of maturity and possibility. How to Use REST API for Your WordPress Website? Description: In this article, we will discuss about how Rest API is used to develop websites and mobile apps and the plugins required to install on the website to make the website work effectively. Rest API has already created a lot of hype in the technology world and in fact, this has become a powerful tool to develop mobile apps, catchy and appealing websites, and highly customized themes. In fact, this has made WordPress as a biggest application framework.
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