Ever wondered how you could investigate issues/failures or even find out more information about your Docker image and containers?
In today's post we will be doing just that by answering the following questions:
For this article, I have gone ahead and…
In this post, we will be looking at
Cadence is a highly scalable fault-oblivious stateful code (workflow) platform.
This means the state of our [workflow] code, including local variables and threads it creates, is immune to process and Cadence service failures.
Next, let's try and understand Cadence concepts…
As Cadence is a workflow orchestrator, it uses words (or terminologies) from the workflow-automation space. Its key concepts include
It has really been an interesting 2020! In all, I hope you all are doing and keeping well. 😉
Today, we continue with my journey with ReactJs and specifically looking at Hooks and answering questions like
Hook(s) was introduced in React 16.8. The reason for its introduction is to make state and lifecycle management in our React applications easier and without the need for a class 😮
Hooks are functions that let you…
As we all heal — emotionally, mentally, spiritually, and physically; and as scientists find a lasting solution to the Covid-19 pandemic, I do really hope you (yes you reading😃) are doing well.
In today’s post, I will be sharing with you my experience and learnings on ReactJs and ending with a sample application.
Who would have thought a virus brings the world to a standstill?!? I really do hope you all are keeping and staying well. ❤️
As is the tradition of our TechBite series, we take a look at a tool or set of tools and try to put them to use.
In today's TechBite, we will be taking a look at Jenkins to answer questions like
Now, let's get…
Welcome to this month's TechBite. Please be safe and stay healthy during and after the COVID-19 outbreak. ❤️
In this TechBite, we will be looking at the Docker Registry. What it is, Why does it exist at all and of course how we use it.
What is Docker Registry?
Before we look at the definition for Docker Registry, let us consider the following
docker push) to storage which you fully manage and control
A great week to be writing a TechBite… The UK leaves the EU. Whoops!! 👀 It's a TechBite, not a PolitcsBite 🤷♂
In today's post, we will be taking a look at sending emails using Spring Email. To illustrate a mailbox, we will be using MailHog and later on use Gmail.
In very simple terms, MailHog is an email testing tool that developers (and probably anyone too! 👀) can utilize to test email sending (and recipients).
My key attractions to MailHog includes
Serializing only fields with values
It’s the first #TechBite of 2020 😃.
Hopefully, you all had a lovely Christmas and New year break.
So let us get straight to it…
According to the documentation
Annotation used to indicate when value of the annotated property (when used for a field, method or constructor parameter), or all
properties of the annotated class, is to be serialized.Without annotation property values are always included, but by using
this annotation one can specify simple exclusion rules to reduce
amount of properties to write out.
The first statement in the documentation says it all but…
Ever thought, how do I manage my docker containers, images, volumes, networks etc outside of the command line?
In today’s TechBite we will be looking at Portainer 👌.
Portainer is, first of all, a docker image we can instantiate as a container. Once running as a container, gives us a Web UI for building and managing our Docker host or Docker swarm environments.
A few reasons why you might want to have Portainer in running in your environment include
The idea behind my starting a TechBite series of articles is to share technical solutions I have found out or stumbled upon whilst using tools and/or services.
Now to the first TechBite!
Before we begin, let's answer your question — Why would you want to save a docker image? 🤔