GitHub Account Setup and Env Variables in NextJS First thing first, to get the readME file we need access to our GitHub personal account settings and will need to generate a new personal token. Once that is done, copy the token and create a document […]


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What’s a Hashtag? Well, that is something more than just simply words followed by a # character. These have the purpose of helping us categorize our data into a more user-friendly concept; an example of this can be found in several social media sites such […]


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I consider beFree to be a playground for me to learn. This project has been worked on for about 2 years now and I always end up improving and/or adding features that I never though were possible. Such features have made it more and more […]


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Pretty late but this might help someone. The current answers assumes you are using the same file for your connections and models. In real life, there is a high chance that you are splitting your models into different files. You can use something like this […]


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I learned this so I could manage posts talking about improvements in my projects from one single place which is this website. I’m trying to make it everything more centralized also. Starting Off I’m not going to be talking about NextJS. By now, if you […]


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Background All of this began after trying to make my backend files more organized and to be more specific, the API endpoints that I have built so far. The folder in which I have them is located within two folder routes/api/xD.js and the way to […]


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How it Started? That’s the funny part, I was using the Google Chrome search bar when I noticed there was an icon which triggered an option of “Create QRCode for this Website” whenever I was hovering over it. It only took about 3 seconds for […]


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Background What was this console.log() summary about? Don’t remember. If I’m not mistaken this was something that I learned about two years ago. Here is the code: If you guys want to know more about JavaScript, please feel free to click here. Bye bye 🙂


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