As a developer of helm charts’ CI/CD pipelines you probably wondered how to test Helm Charts. This may seem challenging because on the one hand, it seems like there’s nothing to test. On the other hand, you probably encountered numerous cases when the deployment of helm chart failed because of some missing bracket. Keep reading to find out how to test helm charts.
I once configured
RabbitMQ cluster as a single Docker Swarm service. Time has come to share this way with the world.
You’ve most likely stumbled on
Kubernetes labels while writing deployment manifests. What are they for and how to use them? As always we’ll see a practical demo to answer these questions. Keep reading to find out more.
Kubernetes ConfigMaps provide Kubernetes Pods with configuration information. How to create and use
ConfigMaps? What are
Kubernetes ConfigMaps concepts? Keep reading to find out.
So you built a website. You even run it in Docker container. That’s perfect, but how do you test it? Do you have Selenium tests running in Docker container? Nice. Does the browser Selenium tests drive run in Docker container too? If you feel it’s too much, don’t worry. We’ll see an example with all of that covered 🙂 Keep reading to find out more.
Is it possible to point host name to WordPress website running in Docker container? Sure. Keep reading to find out how.
Several years ago I discovered how useful Docker might be for CI/CD using Jenkins. Now, time arrived to share that with you. You may say that it’s old news because there are a lot of new tools and technologies enabling CI/CD other than Jenkins. Nevertheless, many companies still do CI/CD using Jenkins. Additionally, they might use Docker for packaging the applications. Do their Jenkins instances run in Docker as well? Preferably, they do. If you feel it’s too much, don’t worry 🙂 I’ll showcase CI/CD of web app using Docker and Jenkins. Keep reading to find out more details 🙂
So you created your wonderful WordPress website and would like to track its usage 🙂 Of course, adding Google analytics seems like an obvious option. Firstly, you created Google Analytics account. What’s next? Obviously, you can install additional WordPress plugins to enable it on your website. However, more plugins may slow your website down. You may wonder how to add Google Analytics support to WordPress website without a plugin. In addition, adding Google analytics to any website requires some effort to make it GDPR-compliant. What exact steps you should take to achieve that? Are there any privacy-friendly and lightweight Google Analytics alternatives which are fully GDPR-compliant? Keep reading to find out answers to all these questions 🙂
Have you ever found yourself in a situation when you made a lot of commits with messages like
more fixes in the dev branch? I did. It could have been that you stayed truthful to keeping git commits as small as possible. However, this rule applies only if your small commits were fully complete and tested. Let’s be honest, such commits most probably weren’t. Apparently, you just wanted to finish this never-ending task just to get it done.
Eventually, if you are lucky and patient enough, all these fixes lead to some working code. Would you merge it master? You could, but all these commits won’t pass code review. They shouldn’t, as this would make main branch messy as well. No one will be willing to understand these commits. Moreover, no one should ever revert to these commits, because they don’t represent a stable state in a repository history. So, what should we do?
git merge --squash is the magic command which will help us to “squash” all these commits into one. The one we will merge to main branch.