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Docker: Building custom Neo4j images on Mac OS X

I sometimes needs to create custom Neo4j Docker images to try things out and wanted to share my work flow, mostly for future Mark but also in case it’s useful to someone else. There’s already a docker-neo4j repository so we’ll just tweak the files in there to achieve what we want. $ git clone [email protected]:neo4j/docker-neo4j.git $ cd docker-neo4j If we ...

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Pro Tips for Better Pipeline Notifications

Getting notifications from your Continuous Integration pipeline can make a significant difference in response times. We all know they are important, but getting the most out of notifications and not just extra noise can have big impact. Let’s take a look at some tips that can help you get the most out of your Codeship Notification Center. Tighten Up Slack ...

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Parsing In Python: Tools And Libraries

This is an article similar to a previous one we wrote: Parsing in Java, so the introduction is the same. Skip to chapter 3 if you have already read it. If you need to parse a language, or document, from Python there are fundamentally three ways to solve the problem: use an existing library supporting that specific language: for example ...

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Parsing in JavaScript: Tools and Libraries

This is an article similar to a previous one we wrote: Parsing in Java, so the introduction is the same. Skip to chapter 3 if you have already read it. If you need to parse a language, or document, from JavaScript there are fundamentally three ways to solve the problem: use an existing library supporting that specific language: for example ...

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AppDynamics and NodeSource Team Up For Enterprise Node.js Monitoring

Discover faster, more efficient performance monitoring with an enterprise APM product learning from your apps. Take the AppDynamics APM Guided Tour! Node.js is a popular choice with application development teams due to its event-driven, non-blocking, flexible, lightweight and extensible framework which enables faster innovation and adoption of microservices. AppDynamics has supported monitoring of Node.js since 2014. It has been a ...

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Using Docker Push to Publish Images to Docker Hub

In previous articles, we explored building and running Docker containers locally using custom Dockerfiles. What we don’t explore very often is one of the most useful features of Docker and arguably the feature that has led to Docker’s success: The ability to build a Docker image and upload that image to a Docker repository. The reason I say this has ...

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Bootstrap Grails Tutorial

In this article we will explore the integration of Bootstrap with the Grails web framework. After a discussion on Grails framework we look at using Bootstrap framework with a grails application. For versions lower than 2.4.4 of Grails framework we need to enable a plugin to integrate the two but with version 2.4.4 and above, much less effort is required. ...

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Realtime with React and Rails

When I was thinking about creating something to showcase using ActionCable (websockets) in a Rails app with React, I first thought of building a chat. But everybody builds a chat. So next, I thought about a realtime dashboard. But then I realized I had no data in this demo app with all but one user (me). So I decided to ...

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Python Try and Except Example

Today we will talk about one of the most important things in Python – exception handling. Firstly, let’s start with the definition of exceptions. They are errors detected while the program is being executed. So for example, if you write the program and you think it’s alright and try running it, it may give you some errors. 1. Basic exceptions ...

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