Validating the integration of a package is usually quite far in the delivery pipeline, which means a mistake can take long time to identify and resolve..
But not anymore using Docker, this process can be improved to test and validate the packages install, start, stop, and uninstall correctly in minutes from the developer workstation!
Continue reading “Using Docker to validate (RPM and Debian) packages”
Kubernetes, sometimes shortened to k8s (losing the internal 8 letters) or kube, has its name rooted in ancient Greek meaning Helmsman. Like the person that steers a ship, Kubernetes takes the decisions needed to orchestrate containers on a cluster.
Continue reading “Containers deployments using Kubernetes”
In the following guide, the configuration to use nginx as a reverse-proxy for multiple web applications will be documented. Continue reading “NGINX Configuration”
In web design, a favicon.ico file is an icon associated with a particular website, displayed in the address bar of a browser accessing the site or in the list of bookmarks. In the early days of Internet, this was all there was to know about these icons.
But, nowadays, with the need to address as many platforms as possible, desktop or mobile browsers, Android or iOS, phone or tablet, even if your site is dedicated to desktop browsers, we don’t want to ignore mobile browsers altogether or any other platform.
This can be achieved by producing and publishing a large set of icons of different sizes and format on your website. Continue reading “Add a favicon.ico for Multiple Platforms”
In this article, we are going to build up on the process we reviewed to Distribute Debian Packages using Bintray by adding the GPG signing of out packages using the builtin feature. Continue reading “Release (signed) packages with Bintray”
“DNA is like a computer program but far, far more advanced than any software ever created.”
— Bill Gates
The source code is the DNA of your software, it defines its behaviour and how it reacts to your actions, system states, and to requests external to your systems. It is your pride and joy and you want the world to discover how great what you have made is! But how will you let potentially millions of people access your creation? Bintray! Continue reading “Distribute Debian Packages using Bintray”