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I've been trying for a while to get Rails working on Cloud9, this was perfect!
Once comment: why not show the Cloud9 editor when editing the development.rb file?

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Chris great video!! How did you know to leverage Port 8082 instead of Port 8080?

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Thank you very much for making this video! Your video resolved all of the issues that I was running into when I was trying install Jumpstart from the GitLab repo

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This is great. Does it allow you to then connect to a domain?

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I wonder how process.env variables with vue work.

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There is no charge for AWS Cloud 9. And there is a free tier for an EC2 instance. If your AWS Cloud9 environment makes use of resources beyond the free tier, then you are charged the normal AWS rates for those resources. I have pasted a link to AWS Cloud 9 pricing below.

In general, if you are building a static web site then you probably won't have to pay for any extra resources. Otherwise, if you are building a dynamic website with a postgresql DB then the price for the extra resources (increased RAM and disk space) could be between $29.00 and $49.00 per month.

https://aws.amazon.com/cloud9/pricing/

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