Some very interesting things in this last part of the Cloudflare Workers Tutorial series. We will see how we can do Proxying, caching, and custom error pages with Cloudflare Workers.
In this part of the tutorial we will write basic code for Cloudflare Workers.
In this section, we will do an initial setup of Cloudflare Workers for your domain. A
Hello World Worker and a basic introduction to the environment.
Cloudflare Workers provide a feature to deploy serverless code over Cloudflare’s High-performance global network.
I created a GitHub action to manage SSH access of different users on remote systems from GitHub with a simple CSV file.
In this section, we will see how to push code with GitHub actions.
In this part, we will focus on how to add variables in GitHub actions and accessing repository code inside GitHub actions. Also as a bonus, we will see how to use GitHub secrets in Actions.
Github actions are highly useful to automate your daily workflows like deployment, testing and what not!
I reached a requirement where I needed to implement Naxsi in OpenResty based in Docker container. I Googled it but was not able to find anything relevant. So I built it.