A simple XKCD Userscript
Using Deno for front-end programming, incl. unit-testing
Using Jest, userscripts with no legacy tools
Tampermonkey allows running userscripts in browsers. Extensively used in some places it seems.
Run Deno on ARMv8
A great example of a complete process from push-to-git to deploy-in-production-via-canary: https://youtu.be/XNXJtxkUKeY I highly recommend Viktor’s YouTube channel if you want to see what exists in the DevOps space: he plays with all available tools a bit and thus can compare them well and (relatively) objectively.
GitLab can do CI/CD too! A quick test proved that it works.
Using GitHub Actions to create Docker images.
TIL about Sphinx and that it can create neat documentation by extracting relevant information from Python code with the help of a comment which basically describes when will be define in the line afterwards. Doxygen can extract a lot of information from C++ code, but the output is…visually lacking. So Exhale was created which buildsContinue reading “Doxygen, Sphinx and RTD”
Creating operators in Kubernetes have limited choices and none are trivial. But Metacontroller is simpler than the other ones.