Postman is pretty handy for viewing the return values of POSTs, but also for debugging during the early phases of development. In my case, I was trying to POST to my Alexa app. developer.amazon.com was reporting a 500 error, but nothing beyond that. This was in the early stages where I had not yet created [...]
Month: September 2016
Simple Deployment to AWS from Visual Studio
I was looking for a simple way to deploy files from a machine running Visual Studio to an EC2 instance hosting IIS. My goal was to code-deploy-test / code-deploy-test into AWS. Simple was good. Several options presented themselves including SFTP and CodeDeploy, but I happened across an option that really suited my needs for the [...]
Pointing a Route 53 Domain to an EC2 Instance
In the AWS Console, log into Route 53 and navigate to Hosted zones. Section I: Create a Record Set for the EC2 Instance Click on the Create Record Set button at the top of the page. In the Name field, add "www". In the Value field, add the IP address of your EC2 instance. (Note [...]
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