Category Archives: nginx

Get Rid Of “locahost:#port#” With NGINX Reverse Proxies

I ran in to a situation recently where I needed to have one of my web projects running on port 80 on my Mac. Normally, when i start up this project in NodeJS, it runs on port 3000. But due … Continue reading 

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Current Status

UPDATE:  I’m very eager to see where IronRuby and RSpec go for the .NET world.  Testing my C# Applications with RSpec would be awesome.  Check out the MSDN magazine article about this stuff if you haven’t already. I’m working with … Continue reading 

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Hudson and Nginx

UPDATE: I left HTTP Auth in place via Nginx and removed security from my Hudson instance. This works for me because I don’t need the Hudson security. Every developer should be able to manage the CI server. I’m just trying … Continue reading 

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