If you need to deliver your application quickly worldwide, then you can try to use CloudFront.
In this short text, I’m going to show you how easy it is, using the previously deployed Angular app as an example.
Using CloudFront for the websites hosted on the S3 is also a good idea when you need to use the domain which is not registered on Route 53 but on the external provider.
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In this blog post, I’m going to show you how can you set up the simple CI/CD pipeline for the Angular app.
The goal was to build the GitHub-based Angular project automatically with Travis CI and deploy it into an S3 bucket, which is used to host a static website.
Let’s begin and learn how you can set it all up yourself.
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Amazon S3 service is probably the most commonly used service in the AWS cloud. Today I’m going to go through the basic information you’ll need to know about Amazon S3.
The format of the AWS Solutions Architect Associate Exam posts series is based on the notes I made during my preparation for the Solutions Associate exam.
The goal is to keep it simple in the form of bullet-points, easy for the quick review.
I hope you’ll find it valuable.
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