I am the founder and initial creator of Kate From HR, and so often when I am trying to explain it to people they think that it is just another tool for the human resources people at a company. However, I’m now thinking that maybe those in the HR department are not the people to whom I should be selling!
Recently I have been working on some AWS Lambda functions, and I am using the serverless framework to help build and deploy them. However, once I wanted to have multiple stages with different environment variables I was not sure the best way to do it. Here are some things I tried and the command I ended up going with in the end.
I am now finally home after a fun week-long trip to Key West, Florida where I got burnt, laughed a lot, got out on the water, and overall had a great time. Key West is pretty off-the-grind, but it's a cool place. We would wake up there every day and say, "welp, another day in paradise!" and look out at bright sunshine on palm trees and mangroves which was pretty cool, but it was mostly just tourists and people who worked on the water. It really made me wish there was a beach town with lots of tech jobs if we ever decided to move the headquarters for Kate From HR...
I had developed a nice front-end website in Angular 7 for Kate From HR and was so excited that it was finally deployed live! However, I was having this strange issue where the routing was not working. The base url would work, and clicking on links would load the other pages. When I entered a url directly in the address bar though it would just bring me to a 404 page! Oh dear, it was bad times indeed. However, I figured out how to fix it so it's all happy days again!
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