How to make Jenkins build NodeJS, Ruby, and Maven on Docker

How To Make Jenkins Build #NodeJS, #Ruby, And #Maven On #Docker  #reactjs #devops

  • Jenkins can speed up repetitive tasks that robots are much better performing and Docker simplifies spinning up VM’s for your application in a very simple and repeatable way.
  • What I’m going to cover here is how to setup your Jenkins server in a Docker container and how to fix some of the limits of the Jenkins official image.
  • While it is nice of Jenkins to offer an official docker image, you’ll quickly run into a few issues if you are doing anything even slightly other than compiling plain Java.
  • For instance, Maven, the popular dependency management tool for Java, is not included in the Docker container.
  • You’ve learned to create a Jenkins Docker-container that’s ready to run jobs for Java, Ruby and NodeJS projects.

Setup your Jenkins server in a Docker container and fix some of the limits of the official image I discovered so you can get up and building faster.
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How to make Jenkins build NodeJS, Ruby, and Maven on Docker

How To Make Jenkins Build #NodeJS, #Ruby, And #Maven On #Docker  #reactjs #devops

  • Jenkins can speed up repetitive tasks that robots are much better performing and Docker simplifies spinning up VM’s for your application in a very simple and repeatable way.
  • What I’m going to cover here is how to setup your Jenkins server in a Docker container and how to fix some of the limits of the Jenkins official image.
  • While it is nice of Jenkins to offer an official docker image, you’ll quickly run into a few issues if you are doing anything even slightly other than compiling plain Java.
  • For instance, Maven, the popular dependency management tool for Java, is not included in the Docker container.
  • You’ve learned to create a Jenkins Docker-container that’s ready to run jobs for Java, Ruby and NodeJS projects.

Setup your Jenkins server in a Docker container and fix some of the limits of the official image I discovered so you can get up and building faster.
Continue reading “How to make Jenkins build NodeJS, Ruby, and Maven on Docker”

How to make Jenkins build NodeJS, Ruby, and Maven on Docker

How To Make Jenkins Build #NodeJS, #Ruby, And #Maven On #Docker  #reactjs #devops

  • Jenkins can speed up repetitive tasks that robots are much better performing and Docker simplifies spinning up VM’s for your application in a very simple and repeatable way.
  • What I’m going to cover here is how to setup your Jenkins server in a Docker container and how to fix some of the limits of the Jenkins official image.
  • While it is nice of Jenkins to offer an official docker image, you’ll quickly run into a few issues if you are doing anything even slightly other than compiling plain Java.
  • For instance, Maven, the popular dependency management tool for Java, is not included in the Docker container.
  • You’ve learned to create a Jenkins Docker-container that’s ready to run jobs for Java, Ruby and NodeJS projects.

Setup your Jenkins server in a Docker container and fix some of the limits of the official image I discovered so you can get up and building faster.
Continue reading “How to make Jenkins build NodeJS, Ruby, and Maven on Docker”

How to make Jenkins build NodeJS, Ruby, and Maven on Docker

How To Make Jenkins Build #NodeJS, #Ruby, And #Maven On #Docker  #reactjs #devops

  • Jenkins can speed up repetitive tasks that robots are much better performing and Docker simplifies spinning up VM’s for your application in a very simple and repeatable way.
  • What I’m going to cover here is how to setup your Jenkins server in a Docker container and how to fix some of the limits of the Jenkins official image.
  • While it is nice of Jenkins to offer an official docker image, you’ll quickly run into a few issues if you are doing anything even slightly other than compiling plain Java.
  • For instance, Maven, the popular dependency management tool for Java, is not included in the Docker container.
  • You’ve learned to create a Jenkins Docker-container that’s ready to run jobs for Java, Ruby and NodeJS projects.

Setup your Jenkins server in a Docker container and fix some of the limits of the official image I discovered so you can get up and building faster.
Continue reading “How to make Jenkins build NodeJS, Ruby, and Maven on Docker”

Porting enterprise React app to create-react-app – Mihir Karandikar – Medium

  • The short term goal was to see how difficult it is to move the legacy code to CRA; the long term goal being bringing all of our applications under CRA’s fold.The reason for choosing CRA over any other boilerplate is that CRA is truly unopinionated which makes it ideal for porting legacy React applications.
  • Removing all relative imports likeimport * as actions from module-like imports import * as actions from ‘actions/MyActions’And finally write a new build process on our build server since CRA recommends using Yarn.That meant, a decision was to be made!We were debating over ejecting the create-react-app setup Vs. using custom react-scripts.
  • But then I realized that ejecting would make it nearly impossible to keep up with the daily updates of CRA, which meant that custom react scripts was the best way to go.
  • Things were looking good.I’m not going to go in the implementation details of migration, but the purpose of my post is to let others know that it is absolutely possible to port your app to CRA no matter how weird your legacy app setup is.With the power of CRA + custom react scripts, we now TRULY have a zero configuration tool in our tool-belt.
  • From now on, to migrate/create the next app, all we need to do is create-react-app my-app –scripts-version xoxo-react-scriptsand we’re off and running!Things to keep in mindTo my disappointment, CRA does not come with react-hot-loader.

So I’ve been writing React apps for a year now. I’ve had the honor of being one of the maintainers of react-boilerplate. If you’re a React developer, you know how it is- You get the mock-ups, you get…
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Day 32 — React – conshus – Medium

Day 32 — React  #code #javascript #codingbootcamp #hiphop #react #reactjs

  • We worked through a tutorial to see why React is useful.
  • I’ve been using Firebase for the backend of my personal projects.
  • hahaSo, today I’m looking forward to learning more about React.
  • Always good to know the strengths of multiple frameworks when choosing to start new projects.
  • Speaking of projects, about to get back to working on one, I think I figured out how to overcome a block I was having.Have a great day.peace pieceDwane / conshusHIPHOPandCODE.com

liner notes:
– So yesterday was the first day of learning React. We worked through a tutorial to see why React is useful. I like these type of tutorials because it’s nice to see what something can do…
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Creating a Custom, Maintainable React-Scripts Package – Helpful Human

Creating a Custom, Maintainable React-Scripts Package:  by @Canfie1d #ReactJS #JavaScript

  • When Facebook released Create React App(CRA), I was excited to be able to harness their knowledge of the build process in my applications.There was an issue, however.While create-react-app was an amazing boilerplate to kick off a project with, it didn’t include everything we needed to include in new React projects.
  • While using this method was considerably faster than setting up a new application from scratch or basic from a boilerplate, it was important to me that the application could still rely on updates from the React team.Powered with information gleaned from that experimentation, we set out to create a way to harness the power of CRA with the added benefit of including other dependencies we required out of the box.
  • This discovery was the key to unlocking our ability to harness CRA.We began reading through how Kitze, the author of custom-react-scripts, enabled the ability to use a custom scripts package and came across an undocumented code snippet in his documentation:create-react-app my-app –scripts-version CRA had an undocumented hook built into the API to override the default react-scripts with your own.
  • While custom-react-scripts is an amazing package for setting up projects with differing requirements, we only needed one specific set up for our team.Poised with new information, we forked CRA and began editing the react-scripts to include the missing pieces.
  • This was a major step in the right direction and is sure to drastically cut down on the time it takes to spin up a new application.Next StepsWhile the few modifications we added to react-scripts are nice, we have plans to expand helpful-react-scripts further to include other dependencies such as a custom linting configuration, react-axe, redux-responsive, a font loader, Webpack code chunking, and other progressive web application considerations such as offline-plugin and a service worker.We are also developing our own version of create-react-app called helpful-cli in order to extend the functionality of CRA into including optional front-end packages such as moment.js and lodash.js as well as backend boilerplate and configurations.Since publishing helpful-react-scripts to NPM, we’ve seen 1,600 downloads in the last month and could see that number rise as we add functionality and it becomes more stable.If you found helpful-react-scripts helpful to you, let us know!

At Helpful Human, we were looking for a new solution to quickly spin up new projects. We wanted to lean on Facebook’s knowledge of React, Webpack, and best practices surrounding the configuration and…
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