Tag: cloudflare

March 6, 2023
Important steps to update deprecated Wrangler for Cloudflare Worker deployment

I’ve used Wrangler to run several static sites on Cloudflare Worker for years. Recently, I got a deprecation warning about the deprecated Wrangler. Although it’s still working, it’s also disturbing to see a such deprecated warning message. So, I decided to update it, but I realized there are steps to do that. Preparations There are several things to check before updating it. It needs at least NodeJS version 16. I use the nvm tool to manage the NodeJS version on my machine.

October 14, 2019
Why I consider Cloudflare is the best domain registrar

I’ve been with my old domain registrar since 2012. It’s been seven years. There’s no problem with their service. But, when you found a better one, why don’t you switch? After making it as my new domain registrar, here are why I consider Cloudflare as the best domain registrar for me. I never know that Cloudflare also offers a service as a domain registrar. One of the Redditors told me somewhere on Reddit.

September 10, 2019
Why you must use Cloudflare

It’s been some months since I put the Cloudflare in front of this blog. The results make me happy. Not only it puts a security layer by filtering the traffic that hits this blog, but it also gives me others. Here’s why you must use Cloudflare service, or at least give it a try. Firewall A firewall makes the job easier to block some countries or IP address. All I have to do is just including the country or IP address to the list.