This short blog post is to provide an example of dynamically serving content (images in this case) in NextJS. Over the last few years, Next has seen its method of static file storage change, so figuring out how to dynamically display this content can be a bit confusing.
This is a quick post about some wonderful time-saving functionality you can add to your Linux or macOS machine (sorry Windows) when you find yourself using the terminal often. We'll take a look at creating aliases for your machine.
Recently, I ran into an issue where my Ghost build on Digital Ocean rejected some image uploads with a 413 error: Request Entity Too Large. This post goes over a few possible fixes to the problem and the solution that worked for me.
Renaming photos individually is very time consuming - not to mention incredibly boring! So, with the help of a short python script, you can rename whole swaths of photos at once per a specific and informative naming scheme at the push of a button.