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CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 Complete Starter Kit – 32 GB Edition


NOTE: The 32 GB MicroSD card may appear as 1 GB when inserted into a PC as it is pre-partitioned. The remaining space can be expanded as desired.The CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit is covered by CanaKit’s 1-Year Manufacturer Warranty offering hassle-free replacements. An exclusive Starter Kit from CanaKit that includes the fastest model of the Raspberry Pi family – The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and everything you need to get up and running within minutes in the exciting world of Raspberry Pi!…

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When you build an HTML site, do you still need to buy a domain and hosting?(r/webdev)

Just to BUILD an HTML site requires no hosting or domain! Once you have a built site that you want to display to the public though:

First, get a domain:

  • I use Google Domains.
  • Namecheap is also super great.
  • If you use shared hosting (see below), they often offer included domain names with your purchase.

Second, find hosting:

  • Github Pages offers great static site hosting. Free.
  • Shared hosting like DreamHost is great if you aren’t comfortable managing your own server but want access to databases (they also give you email addresses with webmail access). Costs a monthly fee.
  • Use a combination of PaaS like Heroku and Firebase. Free (can pay for more features/performance).
  • Your own VPS (virtual private server) like Digital Ocean lets you configure just about everything if you’re okay with system administration. Costs a monthly fee.
  • Buy a Raspberry Pi and hook it up to your router (assuming your ISP gives you a public IP address). This is essentially setting up your own server. One time cost.

Third, figure out how you want to make the site:

  • Use a CMS like WordPress, BoltCMS, Grav, DjangoCMS, etc…
  • Use a static site generator like Hugo or Hexo.
  • Write everything yourself (too many options out there to link, depends on your language/technology preference). This is the route you’re going.

Other stuff:

  • You can get free SSL certs for your site (especially important if people are going to be entering information) from Let’s Encrypt.
  • CloudFlare acts as a CDN and IPS/IDS to help protect and optimize your site (they have a free plan).
  • A good option for students is to grab the Github Student Developer Pack, which includes a bunch of free goodies.


A few more things you can play with:

  • C9 is cool for prototyping and playing around in a VPS playground with a nice built-in editor. It has a free plan, but last I checked it still requires a payment card for verification.
  • HyperDev is another cool Node-specific playground.
  • Forestry.io is a new service that gives you CMS-like functionality with Github Pages. I have not used it.
  • Prose is an editor application for managing Github content.

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