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Remote VPS vs localhost tunneling (aka how big droplet size would you choose?)

Pacharapol Withayasakpunt
Currently interested in TypeScript, Vue, Kotlin and Python. Looking forward to learning DevOps, though.
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Linode gives away 100 USD for free, for me to waste (currently 20 USD per month), and it is like DigitalOcean.

Edit: 100 USD is also present in DigitalOcean new account. Both DO and Linode only gives 100 USD for 2 months. My thought? Create a new account wisely and strategically.

I actually have a lot of credits on Google Cloud as well (not my first email), but when promotion of 1 year ends, I will suffer the price...

It's a continuation of another post, and I don't have to create swapfile yet.

I use 4GB RAM for now, and the performance is in every way superior to SSH tunneling with

I did try turning laptop to server as well, but not only I have to turn on 24/7; but also I cannot move laptop, as well as having to login to (physical) Internet Router everywhere, therefore troublesome...

I also tried It works, I don't know how to auto HTTPS here...

In case you don't know, VSCode + DigitalOcean Droplet is just like WSL - not that much hassle.

My real doubt

How big DigitalOcean Droplet size should I choose? Is it really a good idea to be economical?

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