You can check domain expiration using
Let’s say we want to get medium.com domain expiration date. Here is a command example:
The output looks like this:
Domain Name: MEDIUM.COM
Registry Domain ID: 1329658_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.registrar.amazon.com
Registrar URL: http://registrar.amazon.com
Updated Date: 2021-04-21T23:16:31Z
Creation Date: 1998-05-27T04:00:00Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2022-05-26T04:00:00Z
Registrar: Amazon Registrar, Inc.
Registrar IANA ID: 468
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: email@example.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.2067406200
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Name Server: ALINA.NS.CLOUDFLARE.COM
Name Server: KIP.NS.CLOUDFLARE.COM
URL of the ICANN Whois Inaccuracy Complaint Form: https://www.icann.org/wicf/ …
This is a complete tutorial on how to get HTTPS working on localhost or any local domains.
What is this tutorial about:
I am using Linux so this tutorial is for Linux OS. If you use Windows, you can run the same commands using the Git Bash emulator or WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux). Though I didn’t try it…
This is a description of what is domain expiration and how to check it. What is this article about:
Each domain name has an expiration date. This is the date when the domain becomes inactive and all domain services stop functioning. It might be crucial to your business not to forget to extend the domain name ownership because your website will stop working once you forget to extend the domain name ownership.
When you reach the…
This is a complete description of what is uptime and how to measure it. What is this article about:
Uptime is a metric that represents the percentage of time that website has been working. It is a measure of website reliability. The higher is the better.
Ideally, uptime would be 100%. But it is almost impossible to achieve in the real world. There are lots of reasons, which may affect a website uptime. …
This is a complete tutorial on how to create a blog using a static website generator and free web hosting in 2021. It is better to have at least basic programming experience to proceed with the tutorial.
In the end, I will give you a recommendation about website monitoring.
Let’s get started.
A static website is a website that is not generated on every request on the server-side. …
Website monitoring is a way to be sure your website, web-service, or API endpoint works and works properly. Tools described below will provide you comprehensive information about website availability, performance, hosting resource usage, and a lot of other valuable data.
There are a lot of reasons to monitor your website.
You may use simple hosting, for example, shared hosting. Monitoring will show you website uptime. Uptime is a percentage of time a website has been working and available. If uptime is low, people can’t reach the website often and it is reasonable to change your hosting provider.
You may update…
I was needed to send emails for my new project. I have explored SaaS services first. Free packages provided by them have a small amount of sending emails. So as long as I am a programmer, I decided to host my own sending email server.
After some research, I decided to stay with Postfix send-only configuration. Continue to read how to install and configure SMTP server to send emails and not send them to a spam folder.
I used a single-core VPS with Ubuntu 18.04 for just 2.5 USD per month. My main app uses a table in DB as…
My goal was to add Continue with Facebook (Log In) button into the existing Symfony application. I do not provide here full code. Only the main parts to creating your Facebook login button. Here is what I did.
Workflow overview is:
I decided to make an app that will change display color while music playing. Kind of disco lights. Just to practice Android app development.
Sounds pretty simple. You just need to enable a microphone and respond to sound. But you need to implement a beat detection algorithm.
During development, I studied what is sound and how electronic devices work with it. Let’s get started.
Sound waves move the diaphragm and coil inside a microphone back and forth. These movements converted into electrical current. The electrical current then converted to discrete values. …
Here is a short reference of some points in source code, which should help you to create XenForo 2 add-on. At first, I recommend you follow the official tutorial with an add-on sample.
You can find it here:
Below you will find additional information I discovered during writing my add-on.
I usually use Docker for such kind of app. I worked on an app with Memcached, so you will see it in the files below.
Here is the content of
RUN apt-get update \
&& apt-get install -y \