TLDR: I was having a bad time with Blockchain smartcontract’s development, and fortunately I had found solutions to save my ass. I’d like to share it with you, so maybe it could be useful to you also.Continue reading “Building the perfect automated workflows for Blockchain’s development”
Sometimes, there are limitations which prevent your deployment flow from working properly. One of these limitations we were facing sometime, was the build and release process.Continue reading “Automatic deployment to GIT branch with GitHub workflow”
With any project you work on, especially an open source project, documentation should be one of the most important things to do. It helps the end-users understand how to use the application, it helps the new developers understand how to work with the project, …Continue reading “Build and publish documentations automatically on Github Pages”
Managing an open source project really takes a lot of efforts. There are many repeated tasks which wastes your time everywhere: Testing, Building, Releasing, … and sometimes, you’d also want to update your followers with the new released version.
Fortunately, Github actions & workflows came to rescue! With tons of available actions, we can automate many repeated & boring tasks, and keep our time to focus on code.Continue reading “Using Github workflows to release new version automatically, then notify your followers about it”
Finally, you have your very first k8s cluster with 2 nodes up and running well. Now let’s play with it!Continue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #Final”
I was playing with Kubernetes during last weekend, but the project was just a small PHP file with phpinfo() function call, no big deal.
Today my colleague asked me to guide him a bit on Docker, because he’d like to try it with a real world example: Developing a Symfony project. So let’s take a look at this!Continue reading “Symfony 5 development with Docker”
Okey, from the previous chapter you had your Docker image now – it’s everything you need to run the application everywhere: A PHP-FPM 7.4 installation, a codebase contains the PHP files. Let’s continue with the k8s chapter – where we’re gonna setup our first k8s to deliver our application to 1 million people!Continue reading “Having fun with Kubernetes #3”