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Invoking Ansible Inside Python Flask

Pasting sample code that can be used as is to run ansible inside python flask app. This would be a very useful base implementation when devops need to control system over the web or someone tries to control systems over internet without cli. Prerequisites Install Python3 #PYTHON3 ( Assuming Centos7 or RHEL Flavor). Change accordingly for your env yum -y ...

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The Consumerization of IT and What It Means for Modern DevOps

Drive DevOps success with better, more informed decisions based on real-time facts, not opinions. Summary Business leaders have lost faith in IT, which must reinvent itself as a leader driving innovation. By implementing a valuable, new technological shift with the right tools in place, IT can become a key business partner with groundbreaking ideas that drive success. As professionals in ...

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Monolithic Repos Are Evil

We all keep our code in Git version control repositories. The question is whether we should create a new repository for each new module or try to keep as much as possible in a single so called “monolithic” repo. Market leaders, like Facebook and Google, advocate the second approach. I believe they are wrong. Let’s use the following JavaScript function ...

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Who Is a Fullstack Developer?

These days it is very common to see the job title “Fullstack Developer” on LinkedIn. Job adverts, developers or even wannabe developers are using this term quite a lot. Recruiters are looking for that jack of all trades while programmers are bragging about mastering the whole palette of technologies that usually goes into an application. Knowing I am a little ...

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jQuery remove() Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial we will show how to use the jQuery library and the jQuery remove() function in a simple HTML application. 1. Introduction jQuery is nothing but a JavaScript library that comes with rich functionalities. It’s small and faster than many JavaScript code written by an average web developer. By using jQuery developers can write less code ...

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jQuery children() Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial we will show how to use the jQuery library and the jQuery children() function in a simple HTML application. 1. Introduction jQuery is nothing but a JavaScript library that comes with rich functionalities. It’s small and faster than many JavaScript code written by an average web developer. By using jQuery developers can write less code ...

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Build a CRUD-y Single Page Application with Node and Angular

“I love writing authentication and authorization code.” ~ No Web Developer Ever. Tired of building the same login screens over and over? Try the Okta API for hosted authentication, authorization, and multi-factor auth. Even before the release of Angular 6, Angular had gone through some changes over the years. The biggest one was the jump from AngularJS (v1.x) to Angular ...

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jQuery click() Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial, we will show how to use the jQuery library and the jQuery click() function in a simple HTML application. 1. Introduction jQuery is nothing but a JavaScript library that comes with rich functionalities. It’s small and faster than many JavaScript code written by an average web developer. By using jQuery developers can write less code ...

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JavaScript: Upgrading from MobX 2.7.0 to 3.0.2

As usual, you should check out the CHANGELOG. However, let me point out a few things specifically: Don’t use the @action decorator on a singleton object that you pass to observable(). If you have code that looks like observable({ @action f: () => {}), you should change it to observable({ f: action(() => {}). Apparently, using decorators on singleton objects ...

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