While I often utilize Docker as part of a hosting and deployment system, I also use it locally for all sorts of exploration, spikes, and development. There are a couple of especially useful patterns and invocations that I show to people when I am introducing them to Docker and its usage.
I monitor a handful of websites with some critical information on them. I also have a Synology NAS. Here’s how I created a pipeline for mirroring and archiving these key sites onto my NAS.
When developing a Slack bot or some other webhook, an HTTPS connection is often required. This can make it hard to develop and test on your local machine. For one project, I found myself pushing code to a test server every time I wanted to run it, which worked, but was annoying. So I went […]
For about two years, I’ve wanted to use Docker for local development. Hypothetically, it offers all the benefits of virtualized development environments like Vagrant (stable, re-creatable, isolated, etc.) but requires fewer resources.