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Those look like my old airborne "jump boots." Great instructable. The night before I would have to wear these, i would spend about four to five hours shining. I used the "melt method." If you melt the polish in the same way you melt shrink wrap (melt from a distance), then it's not going to hurt your boots. Eventually, you could get the area around the laces to sparkle as well. After a while, my buddy showed me how to use a combination of the "melt method" and pine-sol, and that made my boots shine like crazy. ☺️
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This method is slightly different, and for such a small system like the pi, running a full stack node application isn't all that nessisary. I have noticed a real difference with the speed of node vs PHP, but I wanted to put this together people that have not used nodeJs very much, want to look at code that accesses the filesystem, see so.e exams of pug as a 'views' engine, and some basic expressJs functionality. There is no doubt that node has it's benefits. ☺️
Absolutely! I had a lot of fun working on this.
Thanks! I've been talking to my friends about forking the code into something else. For now, it's simple, and you can easily change the upload size by editing /etc/nginx/sites-available/node.
Raspberry Pi File Uploader
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