Webpack ReactJS Gatsby
Introduction Gatsby is static site generator platform based in ReactJS and powered by GraphQL. I’ve been using Gatsby for a while now and most recently used it to rebuild my personal homepage. One of the things that has come to my attention is that transpiled Javascript source maps are published to production builds by default in V2. It’s nice to be transparent and to publish your source code and share with the software community, but maybe this is an undesirable effect (especially when building commercial websites). In this post we’ll see how we can configure Gatsby to publish source maps […]

Gatsby: Disable source maps in production

Apache Tomcat - Apache HTTPd - mod_proxy front-end
Apache Tomcat and the World Wide Web Usually when running an application server, such as Apache Tomcat, you bind a connector directly on port 80. This way users visiting your web application will be able to navigate through your server just by calling your domain instead of calling your domain and special port (http://yourdomain.com:8080). If there is no option to bind a Tomcat connector on port 80 (some systems ban this functionality for security purposes), there are other ways to achieve this behavior such as setting a redirect on port 80 to port 8080 (Tomcat’s default, or any other) using IPTables or any other port […]

Running Apache Tomcat and Apache HTTPD on port 80 simultaneously