Published at 5 months and 6 days ago , Categorized under: development, docker, docker-swarm, coding, pi, raspberrypi

In the last post we installed Docker and Gluster . In this article, which is the last one, we will talk see how to run MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Redis and Minio on our cluster. Form Docker Swarm documentation: When running Docker Engine in swarm mode, you... read more

Published at 5 months and 1 week ago , Categorized under: development, docker, docker-swarm, coding, pi, raspberrypi

In the last post we talked bout preparing your PIs to be part of a cluster, configure it and make sure it is up-to-date. In this article I'll be talking about installing the most essential programs: Docker & setup Docker Swarm on both PIs Gluster;... read more

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Published at 5 months and 1 week ago , Categorized under: development, docker, docker-swarm, coding, pi, raspberrypi

We all know the PI device by now, but if you don't check the RaspberryPI foundation website, as this post is not to talk about the PI as a device but more about how to create your own cluster. For Part one we will go through how to prepare our PI and... read more

Published at 6 months and 4 weeks ago , Categorized under: design, icons

A few days ago, Fontawesome released an application called Subsetter, basically the application will allow you to choose a few icons that you use within your application then Subsetter will extract those icons and provide you with a smaller simpler... read more

Published at 1 year and 2 months ago , Categorized under: testing, development, php, laravel, laravel-dusk, docker, github

Last week, I got access to the new GitHub Actions v2.0, which is way different than the first version they have released. You can think of it as a world-class CI/CD solution GitHub Actions makes it easy to automate all your software workflows, now with... read more

Published at 1 year and 5 months ago , Categorized under: gitlab, development, docker, docker-swarm, developers, testing

A few things to mention before starting: I'll assume that you have read my last article. I'll assume that you know how to work with Docker Swarm and Gitlab CI/CD. I'll assume that you have taken the time to read David NĂ©grier article Continuous... read more

Published at 1 year and 6 months ago , Categorized under: development, docker, servers, docker-swarm

Every hosting company now provides a way for you to auto-create docker server using a one-click template they create. While this is an excellent way to set up your servers fast, I like to create my own using the base image for the operating system and... read more

Published at 1 year and 9 months ago , Categorized under: Security

Today, I wake up to find out that someone was using my website as the source of an iframe tag used on another website. Thanks to Jeff Madsen for pointing out to the issue. Which surprised me, since the issue only visible to those who are living in NYC,... read more

Published at 1 year and 10 months ago , Categorized under: php, laravel, development, testing, docker

Running your tests before merging or even building Docker images are not complicated any more, we have many companies providing you with a CI service that you can use, but am not going to talk about them all, I am just going to talk about Docker Hub.... read more

Published at 1 year and 10 months ago , Categorized under: Development, Docker, Mac, local

I always tried not to install any new services to my local machine, that's why from day one of using Mac (back in 2012) I worked with Vagrant then moved to mish-mash between Vagrant and Docker. However, sometimes you have to install some software that... read more