Discusses all aspects of static website hosting on AWS using S3, CloudFront and Route 53. Includes ready-to-use boilerplate and template.
AWS S3 is a cloud service for storing data using a simple API. In contrast to a traditional database, S3 is more akin to a file system. Data is stored under a certain path. The strengths of S3 are its easy to use API as well as its very low cost for storing data. While … Continue reading S3 and Typescript
Next.js is becoming ever more popular these days and rightfully so. It is an extremely powerful and well-made framework that provides some very useful abstractions for developing React applications. An easy way to deploy Next.js application is through using Vercel. However, it can also be useful to deploy Next.js application into other environments to simplify … Continue reading Deploy Next.js to AWS
Using bucket policies, it is easy to set ACL settings for all new objects that are uploaded to Amazon S3. However, I wanted to remove 'public' read rights for a whole bunch of objects at the same time and such policies do not apply to objects that are already stored on S3. I found an easy … Continue reading Bulk Change ACL for Amazon S3