As our development environment is taking shape, the number of commands we need to remember starts to build up. With little effort, Bash will allow us to add a layer on top of Docker to abstract away most of the complexity, and introduce a standardised, user-friendly interface instead.
There are many ways to manage a multitiered project with Docker, and while the approach I am about to describe certainly isn't the only one, I also think this is a subject that doesn't get much coverage at all.
By using standard Linux distributions, we embark a lot of tools and services we don't always need, unnecessarily increasing the size of the images in the process. In turn, this has an impact on performance, security and, sometimes, the cost of deployment.
I trust you already read the introduction to this series and are now ready for some action. The first thing to do is to head over to the Docker website and download and install Docker Desktop for Mac or PC, or head over here for installation instructions on various Linux distributions.
Among developers, exposure to Docker ranges from having vaguely heard of the technology to using it on a daily basis, the latter category singing its praises while the former is sometimes still struggling with the sheer concept of containers.
Who knew Collections were so popular? After Laravel Montreal last month, I will be speaking about Collections again at PHP Quebec on July 4.
I have been a bit busy since I moved to Montreal back in February last year and one of the things I've been doing is regularly attending Laravel Montreal meetups.
The cordless Logitech Unifying devices can be a bit funny when it comes to MacOS Sierra, be it the scrolling acting weird or the device not being detected altogether. Follow these quick steps to hopefully fix your problem.
With the new fiscal year just a few days ahead, as a contractor you've probably heard about the Budget changes. And if you are like me up until a few days ago, you might not be sure whether you should take action or not. Let's try and bring some clarification to these changes.
When I started contracting about a year and a half ago, I absolutely didn't want to have to deal with anything accounting-related. Which is fine really, as getting an accountant is highly recommended anyway - for various good reasons - and there is a plethora of companies on the market that do just that.