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Keep Your Internal Websites Running Smoothly with Private Synthetic Agents

Discover faster, more efficient performance monitoring with an enterprise APM product learning from your apps. Take the AppDynamics APM Guided Tour! AppDynamics’ 2017 App Attention Index found that 32 percent of consumers have taken their online business elsewhere due to a poor digital experience. But what do you do when you’re an employee and your company’s internal applications perform poorly ...

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Using the Add-Host Flag for DNS Mapping within Docker Containers

In a previous article about the docker run command, one of my final thoughts was the following: In this article, we covered quite a few options for the docker run command. However, while these options are key, they only scratch the surface of the available options to docker run. Some of the options are complex enough to deserve an article ...

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HTML5 noscript Tag Example

In this article we look at how to use the noscript tag. This tag enables us to present alternate content to the user if they have JavaScript disabled in their browsers. The tag presents content wrapped inside in case JavaScript is disabled. If JavaScript is enabled then the content of this tag is not displayed. So let’s get going with ...

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The Future of Docker Is Open

Earlier this year, Docker announced native Kubernetes support within Docker for customers using Docker Enterprise Edition, Docker for Mac, and Docker for Windows. After the announcement, I sat down with Phil Estes, a senior member of IBM’s technical staff and a fellow Docker Captain, to talk about our predictions for the future of Docker. Phil and I both agree that ...

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Using Docker Compose for Python Development

Docker is an amazing tool for developers. It allows us to build and replicate images on any host, removing the inconsistencies of dev environments and reducing onboarding timelines considerably. To provide an example of how you might move to containerized development, I built a simple todo API with Python, Django REST Framework, and PostgreSQL using Docker Compose for development, testing, ...

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What’s New in PHP 7.2: Literally Better Everything

As we all know, most web developers love and hate PHP with a passion. I’m one of those developers that absolutely love it. I know PHP like the back of my hand. Now, since 7.2 has been released, my love is growing even more! Let’s talk about the awesomeness that the newest version brings to us. Security is the Most ...

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Creating Simple Component in Vuejs

Introduction In this article, we will look at creating a very simple component in Vuejs. Let me pick the example from my previous post and create a component for showing the loading message. Vuejs Component There are two ways to create Vuejs component Single file component (.vue file) – this contains the component HTML template, Javascript and CSS in a ...

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CSS Margin Bottom Example

1. Introduction It is usually a good practice to space out the elements on your web page for easier viewing and readability. CSS provides properties like padding and margin which help with this. They both essentially add space around an HTML element, but with a key difference. While the padding property adds or increases the space between the element and ...

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