18 September, 2023 by Yoan Arnaudov
• Category: Cloudflare
Have you ever needed to expose your local web server to the public Internet? There are a lot of tools out there that will help you do that. Most of them have free versions with limited features and full-featured paid versions.
In this post, I'll demonstrate totally free method to expose your local webserver that is totally free with HTTPS support - Cloudflare Tunnels.
13 September, 2023 by Yoan Arnaudov
• Category: Misc
Today, when running CI for one of my projects, I got a pipeline error for my master branch. At first, I was a bit nervous because I'd already deployed these changes, but then, when I looked into the error itself, I was relieved, because it was not the tests that failed, but rather the downloading of the docker image.
07 September, 2023 by Yoan Arnaudov
• Category: Command line tools
I've been using Zsh with Oh-My-Zsh for a long time. All MacOS users have the Zsh (Z shell) installed and configured by default.
My Zsh configuration changes very rarely, but when it does, I need to restart my shell in order for my changes to take effect. Since I'm using tmux I can open a new window (which loads a new Zsh instance), but most of the time, I prefer to reload the current window.
To reload your Zsh (Z shell) .zshrc configuration, you can use the following command