Baby Buddy – A Childcare Tracking App You Can Host Yourself
Whether you’re running a childcare business or tracking your own childcare routine, Baby Buddy is worth a look. In this video, @TechHut demos how to install and set up Baby Buddy on a Linode Docker server.
0:08 What is Baby Buddy?
0:49 Spin up Docker
3:22 Deploy the Baby Buddy Container
6:30 Setup NGINX
7:55 Securing NGINX
9:15 Setup a Proxy
11:55 Open Baby Buddy in Browser
12:00 Explore Baby Buddy Settings
13:10 Add a Child
14:10 Measurements & Activities
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