As websites started to get more complex and the need for user interactivity grew in demand, one of the early problems of the web was its unidirectional nature. Users were able to retrieve information, but sending, and let alone interact with each other in real time, was a cery difficult challenge.
I've been working on my React+Rails skills, but a few days ago, I noticed something that bothered me. So far I managed to build a few small applications that render images, but all of those images were already on the server as part of the application assets. What if I want to build an Image board or an Instagram clone?
I love Medium. The exposure is great and the community is amazing, but I also need a space where I can post my resume, projects and contact information. I also wanted to mirror my Medium posts over there, so that's why I went with WordPress.
The last time we talked about Arch Linux, I walked you through the install process. However, while your system is totally usable, there are still a few things we have to do, so we're far from being done.
A while ago, I wrote an article about how awesome it is to run Linux. Since then, a few people have asked me for a quick guide on how to do it. I use the Arch Linux wiki myself, but I find it intimidating for newcomers, so I decided to write a simplified guide. You will need two flash drives, a computer capable of UEFI booting and secure boot disabled.