Code sharing is easy but doing it correctly is challenging. There are multiple ways you can do it, and your use case dictates what approach is right for you. The low hanging fruit is just copy-paste what you need from StackOverflow, GitHub, or your previous project. Despite the apparent benefit of being the most natural, copying and pasting wastes your time in the long run due to causing the maintenance burden of syncing changes manually.
This post is a step by step guide to configure Dokku to host multiple applications, supporting domains, subdomains, redirects, and secure connection via HTTPS using free certificates issued by Let’s Encrypt.
IPFS (InterPlanetary File System) is protocol establishing the peer-to-peer network with resources addressed based on their content instead of the physical location like in HTTP. IPFS gives us some guarantees of blockchains like decentralization and unalterable storage at a fraction of the price you would have to give in transaction fees. Participation in the IPFS network is free.