React App on AWS S3 with Static Hosting + Cloudfront | Practical AWS Projects #1

Learning by doing is the best way to make things stick. In this video, I walk you through how to deploy a Hello World React app to …

45 thoughts on “React App on AWS S3 with Static Hosting + Cloudfront | Practical AWS Projects #1

  1. One of the best tutorials I found on youtube! You explain everything very well and it helps that you have the same voice as MoistCr1tical hehe 😀

  2. Hi Be A Better Dev, I uploaded a folder with index.html in it and tried to run my static website but it gave me a 404 error. I removed the folder and just uploaded index.html and it works fine. How do I get it so it works with the folder? My code still has the arn with /* at the end of it which it should include the folder I uploaded.

  3. Hi! Good tutorial! What is the difference between deploying React App on AWS S3 and deploying on EC2 with ngnx? Which case is better? Pros and cons?

  4. Great tutorial. Cleared up all my confusion. I haven't tried it though because I'm afraid of route53 charges as I believe route53 is not free? How much charge should I expect if I follow this tutorial in free tier?

  5. Hi, is there a way to work on my app while being serve on the cloud? Like an developer debugging but clearly on the cloud, or most had my app been developed, proved and later uploaded to the cloud?

  6. I am so grateful for this tutorial! You explained everything so perfectly, at the same time keeping it super simple for beginners to understand. Job done well!

  7. Be aware of those who promote policies containing: "Principal": "*"

    In this case, you need to allow the CloudFront OAI (Origin Access Identity) in the Principal so that only CloudFront can access the bucket. This video shows an insecure setup for S3 static hosting.

  8. Str8 up best guide to getting everything working properly! We we able to get a new Street Credit website up and running after technical difficulties watching other tutorials. Appreciate you my guy!

  9. is there any way to implement a SSL certificate without having to get Cloudfront? because I think it's expensive, and because of its cache, you have to wait 1 full day by default before you can see the changes you make in the webpage, unless you do the invalidation "/*" or change the default TTL value

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