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I don't see that option user settings. Using Brave browser and it doesn't remember by default
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hey @JeffreyWay, any way we can get the video speed to be remembered from the previous video? Or is it somewhere already and I'm missing it? Also, any chance you think you'd have videos faster than 2x?
Unrelated, really enjoy your teaching style, thanks for putting out great content
Thank you! I ended up just using the .ebextensions/config and seeding the database, which seemed more straight forward to me (not sure if it's good practice though)
Started a new Conversation Access Tinker Or Database When Deploying On AWS Elastic Beanstalk
New to using host providers like AWS. I have a Laravel 6 app that I don't want to have a register page for the user and was planning on manually adding the users (only 2 users, the app is a simple crud for a local artist) to the app, but not entire sure where I do that with Elastic Beanstalk. I have the app deployed and connected to a MySQL database through EC2. Should I ssh into the EC2 instance? Can I use tinker or do I need to use MySQL?