Today I released my first “big” project made in VueJS. Todoify is a to-do web app that lets you organize your tasks in categories.
Full responsive design and pwa support. You can use it both offline and without an account. However do you want to keep you work in sync with your other devices, feel free to create an account. (Free).
Check it out live here. Https://todoify.luxwarp.info
Code for Todoify Client https://github.com/luxwarp/todoify-client
Code for Todoify Server (our rest api backend) https://github.com/luxwarp/todoify-server
Feel free to report bugs and feature request on our github pages.
This project is not even close being finished, will keep working on it forever. 😀
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In this tutorial I will guide you through how to do the initial setup of your Ubuntu server. This guide is for Ubuntu 18.04 but this basic configuration is pretty straight forward and should also work on other versions of Ubuntu.
What you need
- A fresh installed system with Ubuntu 18.04 Server.
- Able to access your server through SSH or physical keyboard and screen.
- And of course Root access.
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Ubuntu uses a few “default” folders inside users Home directory. These folders also has a special icon on the folder, and they are linked automatically in your nautilus sidebar.
The default folders are
When I did an system upgrade a few days ago something went terribly wrong and all my default folders stopped working and also my desktop was showing all folders inside my Home directory. When I tried access the default folder Documents it just gave me an error.
However it’s really easy to restore or change the path of Ubuntu default Home folders. You can do this in a few different ways. Only by terminal or using a text editor.“How to change or restore Ubuntu default home folders”Continue reading
What’s up guys, I’m back! So today has been a really busy day. I have cleared out a lot of junk from the house because we are moving in a few weeks. It feels actually pretty nice to just throw away a lot of stuff you actually never used haha.
This evening I have also updated all my NodeJS modules. Okay, “all” is more like three modules I developed a few years back and never looked at again. So it was about time they all got a small update with new information about the license, code clean up, and now all modules are using the code style from standardJS. This feels so good and I am now ready to take these modules to the next level.“My NodeJS modules got updated”Continue reading
Hello boys and girls! I hope you all doing great this evening.
So today is the release day of this new site and I am so happy that you are here. I created this site because I wanted a site where I can show all my different projects and blog about stuff I found interesting in the IT categories Linux (Ubuntu), development (mostly web), tips and trix.“Welcome to Luxwarp”Continue reading