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  1. Hi guys, I have replicated my local gulp workflow on a digitalocean droplet, and I can't seem to get browsersync to work. Has anybody tried this before and can chime in? My PW install is at http://clients.domain.com/clientname/ In there, my folder setup looks like this, so gulp runs from the /templates folder: clients + public + clientname + site + templates + node_modules + gulpfile.js + package.json + src/ + assets/ I tried all kinds of shenanigans including leaving out any proxy settings, setting a proxy, different port and fiddling with the scriptPath options... gulp.task('browser-sync', function(){ browserSync.init({ scriptPath: function (path, port, options) { return options.getIn(['urls', 'external']) + path; } }); }); // or this: gulp.task('browser-sync', function(){ browserSync.init({ host: 'XX.XX.XX.XX', open: 'external', proxy: 'clients.domain.com/clientname/' }); }); Gulp and browsersync is running fine it seems, only the integration is tricky: I get timeouts or 404s with the auto generated snippet (apparently the relevant files are created dynamically on runtime, but I can't access or see them at the default paths) I'm probably missing something very obvious, can't be this hard, can it? - - - EDIT: Could this simply be a firewall issue? - entering the IP @ Browsersync's default port (3000) doesn't load anything - I used serverpilot to configure the machine so the firewall is set up with very few ports open, and obviously 3000/3001 is not one of them. I guess I'm off to find out if opening one of these ports is a good idea or not - - - EDIT 2: When running netstat -peanut I can see that the relevant ports are actually listening, so this is not a firewall issue after after all? tcp6 0 0 :::3002 :::* LISTEN 1000 184931 17882/gulp tcp6 0 0 :::3003 :::* LISTEN 1000 184942 17882/gulp
  2. monchu

    DigitalOcean VPS

    Hi, I'm testing digitalocean vps for pw development and plan to use it for live production. So far the server perfomance is good and their pricing is reasonable as well. I would like to know any feedback for their services from members here who are experienced using this server? Thanks
  3. Happy Friday everyone! Picked up a new VPS subscription last month after using shared servers for years. Feels great having a space I almost completely manage myself thats not shared etc. What are you guys running your client and business sites on at the moment and are you doing anything cool with it? Probably some of your are on dedicated or even hosting in-house? Generally interested in HDDs, storage, hosting etc so I'm just curious.
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