Hello, Richard here

Lead Full Stack Developer and Trainer at SCADEMY

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Bring Your Own Next.js

Vercel isn't the only option for hosting your Next.js application. You can also serve it with Node.js or containerize it with Docker. Here are the steps.

Stuff I am working on currently

I love blogging, but I also love coding. The obvious choice was to build my blog from scratch, as any other developer would do it. Okay, this statement is not entirely true because I used a Next.js template, but the point is that I have total control over the code and the design. I am also the owner of the content, independent of any platform.

The only feature I missed from my blog that large platforms offer is the ability to listen to blog posts in high-quality audio format. I needed a solution, and thus, ReadSonic was born. If you also have a self-hosted blog, it might have something you didn't even know you needed.


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