How to Deploy and Secure Your MERN App on Linode
In this video, @codinginflow will show you how to deploy and secure a NodeJS/React application on a Linode server and connect it to a real domain. We will use tools such as NGINX, PM2, LetsEncrypt, and more.
The commands from this video are available for copy-pasting here.
Full MERN beginner course this tutorial is based on is here.
0:00 – Intro & resources
0:52 – Linode server & security setup
23:15 – Deploy + run MERN app with PM2 + NGINX
48:00 – Connect domain + set up SSL with Certbot
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Product: Linode, MERN, NGINX; @codinginflow
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