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Installing NGINX on macOS

I have heard of a lot of NGINX recently. One of them was it can help for security issues; for sure, it much be more. It so happens that our team has got a ton of user stories from a security audit. It's time to delve into it.
What is NGINX? In order to get a basic idea and have some fun, I've just picked some available posts from my favorite Vietnamese blogger communities as below: NGINX (pronounce: Engine-X) is a web server (comparing to IIS, Apache). It can be used as a reverse proxy (this is what I need for security issues with configuration), load balancer and more.
How to get started? I found the below path for learning NGINX by googling "learn nginx": In this post, I only went first step. This is installing NGINX on macOS and taking a first look at the configuration.
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