When you develop your Angular app on localhost, you might wonder how it looks like on a real mobile device(phone, tablet, etc.), whether it is responsive to different screen sizes. To do that, you can load your site running on localhost on your mobile devices when they are connected to the same local area network(LAN) such as connecting to the same WiFi.
There is no straightforward way to pause an Elastic Beanstalk(EB) environment on AWS console. You can’t terminate it as it will be deleted. Fret not, you can stop your Elastic Beanstalk environment from running when it is not needed so that you only pay when you use it.
If you use Amazon DynamoDB to keep track of usage count, you may encounter a situation where you need to increase a user’s usage count when the user is actively using your service, how do you make sure you calculate the total usage correctly? How do you make sure you don’t count more or less?
When I was downloading via an Amazon S3 url, I realized that it had the exact name as how I kept it in the storage. It would be more informative and convenient to users if the downloaded that have meaningful names instead of randomly generated IDs.
Learn how to add a scroll progress bar(read progress bar) to your web page to inform readers how much they have read from your article or to indicate how much page has been scrolled.
When a page has long content, it would be good to have anchors at sections’ titles and also a scroll-to-top that help users navigate and scroll.
Learn how to configure AWS DynamoDB(DDB) to use pay-per-request billing mode and on-demand read/write capacity mode.
Check out different ways to verify if an Amazon DynamoDB(DDB) table time-to-live(TTL) is configured correctly.
Learn how to make Amazon DynamoDB(DDB) tables clean up itself.
Learn how to create DynamoDB(DDB) Global and Local Secondary Indexes(GSI and LSI).
Learn about AWS DynamoDB(DDB) indexes and the difference between its global and local secondary indexes.