Part 2 of Building a Portfolio Website from Scratch with Tech With Tim
This final video of our Portfolio Website from Scratch series, @Tech With Tim shows you how to set up a GitLab server and how to host your new website. The first video in the series is available here.
0:36 What We’ll Be Covering
1:13 GitLab Server Setup
4:42 SSH Key Creation
6:00 Pushing React Code to GitLab
8:28 Hosting Our React Website
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