We now place HTTPS on all client web applications using Lets Encrypt

A normal step for us when developing and deploying web applications or APIs for our clients is to add HTTPS certificates to the finished application when it is deployed Live. Putting certificates in place has a cost in both time and money as they typically need to be purchased from providers such as Comodo or …

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Adding HTTPS by Lets Encrypt to a site in 3 easy steps

I wanted to add HTTPS to this blog to try out the new Lets Encrypt authority, with the intention of using it for other web apps if it worked out well. I’ve been a happy user of SSLMate for a number of months as it’s easy to implement from the command line with DNS entries rather …

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