ip:port proxy which doesn’t require an authentication is easy and you probably know that. All you need to do is pass a
—- proxy-server argument while calling the
But when it comes to using a proxy with authentication like
ip:port:user:passthings getting complicated. The method above doesn’t work because it isn’t supported.
There is a simple workaround for this. I’m using Luminati -The biggest proxy service network- for all kind of proxy needs, mostly rotating proxies.
Recently I spent a lot of time with child processes and decided to write a simple tutorial about that, and if you intend to use child processes you better know more about streams.
A stream is an abstract interface for working with streaming data in Node.js
We will make a simple Node.js …
This tutorial is for text captchas and not Google’s reCAPTCHA(see the end of this post).
These services are paid and current prices are around $0.60–0.80 per 1,000 captchas. I’ll use Anti-captcha in this tuttorial
asyn-captcha module currently supports anti-captcha only
You need to send captcha images as base64 string to solving services and will get a TaskID in return. …
I’m gonna keep it short and simple.
We will create a PayPal Express Checkout button for our Next.js website
Our PaypalButton component will look like this in the end. If you already read and understand it you may not need to continue further, I’ll show everything step by step.
In this blog post, we will see how to use Next.js, a quite popular React framework, with Electron framework for building cross-platform desktop applications.
If you don’t know about Next.js and looking for a React solution simply read this.
What is Next.js?
Next.js is easy to use React framework for server-side rendered web apps. With Next.js, you don’t need to use React Router nor such additional libraries, routing and creating pages are super easy with Next! Go here and follow the official guides if you are not familiar with Next.
If you’re looking for a hosted email solution for your own domain name then you’ve come to the right place!
Most of the big companies are offering paid solutions for businesses, like Gmail and Outlook. But their pricing starts from 5$ month and that’s not a good deal for us who are bloggers, personal website owners etc.
But there is a free service offered by Yandex, a known Russian company which operates in many countries, not only Russia. And there is how you can forward your email DNS records to Yandex and start using as a service.