Modern web developers can push to staging or production multiple times a day. Each time this happens, there is a delay while images are distributed to the nodes, especially if the images need to be pulled from a remote registry. This can be a significant issue, forcing developers and ops to wait much longer than necessary while a deployment rolls out.
We are very familiar with running CLI processes in Docker containers with no Graphical UI at all. But did you know that you can just as well run applications with a graphical user interfaces, like Chrome, Firefox, Tor Browser, Gimp, etc… with Docker… on OS X!
We’re constantly looking for different ways to help technology enthusiasts to play with new stuff and at the same time provide the same experience that they’d expect in a real world / production environment. One project we did some time ago that got us closer to this goal is the PWD docker-machine driver which allows users to create and manage their PWD hosts extremely easy through their favorite terminal. Below is a short video we presented during DockerCon US 2017 which showcases how the machine driver works.
In Part 3, we'll add database migrations along with password hashing in order to implement token-based authentication to the users service with JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). We'll then turn our attention to the client and add React Router to the React app to enable client-side routing along with client-side authentication.
For about two years, I’ve wanted to use Docker for local development. Hypothetically, it offers all the benefits of virtualized development environments like Vagrant (stable, re-creatable, isolated, etc.) but requires fewer resources.
Videocast from Capital Go 2017 with instruction for setting up Go Testing environment Sergey Siminskiy 20 June Go Open source project developed by a team at Google and many contributors from the open source community Convenient and simple testing tools help coders and make them happy. In this video, Docker and the BDD framework GoConvey is used to create Go testing environment with many features. GoConvey provides web UI,
On May 5th 2017 the Docker engineering team released version v17.05.0-ce of the Docker CE product. The versioning is relatively new and follows a similar pattern to the Ubuntu project - YY.MM - so the next version will be 17.06 for June. CE stands for Community Edition and differentiates between this and the commercial offering.