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Consider VueJS for Your Next Web Project

Whether or not you’ve ever heard of VueJS before, never fear. I’m here to share some insights on how and why we at Codeship used this “new” library for our Docker-builds UI, Jet. What Is VueJS? To get a rough idea of what Vue (pronounced “view”) does, think about it as the ‘V’ in an MV* pattern. If you’d like ...

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Create DynamoDB tables with Node.js

On this post we will create Tables on a DynamoDB Database using node.js Before getting started we need to have local dynamodb installed since we want to avoid any costs for dynamodb usage. There was a previous post on local dynamodb. In case you use docker you can find a local dynamodb image or you can create one on you own ...

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Angular.js Scope Apply Example

If you’re even a little bit into learning Angular and have researched the main points and have the basic understanding of it, you will have noticed that the first thing everyone should have a good grasp on, is the two-way data binding that AngularJS offers. But what is data binding and how can you implement it in your Angular apps? how simple ...

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Insert Items to DynamoDB Tables using Node.js

On a previous article we learned how to create DynamoDB Tables using Node.js. Next step is to insert items to the DynamoDB Tables previously created. Keep in mind that for the insert action the most basic step is to specify the the primary key. For the table users the primary key is the attribute email. You can add as many attributes ...

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Microservices Best Practices

As more and more development teams are becoming aware of the benefits of microservices and service-oriented architecture, we need to make sure we’re not just barreling ahead with little to no plan. It’s essential to think about the consumers of these services; we need to craft good developer experience in order to make working with microservices easy and maintainable. In ...

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Democratizing Docker for Enterprise

On the second day of DockerCon in Seattle, Docker CEO Ben Golub announced major improvements to handle enterprise needs with Docker. Golub said that the most security-conscious organizations on the planet are now adopting Docker to address their security concerns and announced partnerships with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Microsoft Azure, and AWS.               In his ...

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Bootstrap login page template

The login page contains a little form where the users insert their credentials (user name and password) to access to some part of the web site. There are different types of login templates. In this example we will see how to use the: Login page Modal login 1. Get login template To find a login template is really easy and ...

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DockerCon 2016: What’s New in Docker – Docker 1.12

To kick off the first day of DockerCon in Seattle, Mike Goelzer and Andrea Luzzardi spoke about what’s new with Docker in 2016. Goelzer is the open source product management lead for Docker’s Core Runtime, and Luzzardi is a Software Engineer at Docker and was part of the original team that built the project. The biggest announcement definitely was the ...

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TypeScript example using RequireJS

1. TypeScript with RequireJS In this article we are going to explain how to create a TypeScript application and separate its components in modules. After that we are going to show how to load these modules using AMD with RequireJS and the TypeScript compiler options to support it. All code and examples used in this tutorial are available in the ...

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