Picture this - you’ve created a web application and are now searching for the right web server to host it from.
NGINX is a powerful web server and uses a non-threaded, event-driven architecture that enables it to outperform Apache if configured correctly. It can also do other important things, such as load balancing, HTTP caching, or be used as a reverse proxy.
In this article, I’ll cover a few basic steps about how to install and configure the most common parts of NGINX.
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