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This course teaches concepts by deep-dive on-hand exercises. Throughout the course, you will learn the required toolset by using both on-premise, open-source, and hosted cloud solutions. You'll find checklists, best practices, and critical points mentioned throughout the lessons, making things more interesting. Key Features Explains in detail cloud-native continuous integration and delivery Demonstrates how to run a build in a CI/CD system Shows continuous delivery to Docker Registry and continuous deployment to Kubernetes Book Description Cloud-native software development is based on developing distributed applications focusing on speed, stability, and high availability. With this paradigm shift, software development has changed substantially and converted into a more agile environment where distributed teams develop distributed applications. In addition, the environment where the software is built, tested and deployed has changed from bare-metal servers to cloud systems. In this course, the new concepts of cloud-native Continuous Integration and Delivery are discussed in depth. Cloud-native tooling and services such as cloud providers (AWS, Google Cloud) containerization with Docker, container-orchestrators such as Kubernetes will be a part of this course to teach how to analyze and design modern software delivery pipelines. What you will learn Learn the basics of DevOps patterns for cloud-native architecture Learn the cloud-native way of designing CI/CD systems Create multi-stage builds and tests for Docker. Apply the best practices for Docker container images Experiment using GitLab CI/CD pipelines for continuous integration Build and test their applications on cloud Learn how to continuously deliver to Docker registry Learn how to continuously deploy to Kubernetes Experiment using GitLab CI/CD pipelines for Continuous Delivery Configure and deploy software to Kubernetes using Helm Who this book is for This book is ideal for professionals interested in cloud-native software development. To benefit the most from this book, you must be familiar with developing, building, testing, integrating, and deploying containerized microservices into cloud systems.
Integrate your React applications with React to build efficient web services. Key Features Learn React by building applications with Create React App Create interactive UIs exploring the latest feature of CRA 2.0 Build Progressive Web Applications for a more seamless web Book Description If you're a power user and you aren't happy always reusing default configurations, from previous applications with each new application, then all you need is Create React App (CRA), a tool in the React ecosystem designed to help you create boilerplate code for building a web frontend. This book will help you use CRA to write React programs without significant configuration-related difficulties. With this quick start guide, you will integrate your applications with React to build efficient professional web services.You will learn to design UIs with the features of CRA and template your React applications. By the end of the book, you will be sufficiently skilled to be able to build faster and effective React apps using CRA. What you will learn Become familiar with React by building applications with Create React App Make your frontend development hassle free Create interactive UIs exploring the latest features of CRA 2 Build modern, React projects with, SASS,and progressive web applications Develop proxy backend servers and simulate interaction with a full backend Keep your application fully tested and maintain confidence in your project Who this book is for The book is intended for the web developers who want to jump into building great frontend with React using easy templating solutions.
A series of practical recipes to simplify the Git learning experience and increase your productivity when using Git version control Key Features Explore practical recipes to use Git's most advanced features Learn how Git references its objects and how history is recorded Use reflog and git fsck to recover lost information Book Description Git is one of the most popular tools for versioning. Git Version Control Cookbook builds on the success of the previous edition and provides you with an up-to-date guide to solving problems related to versioning. You'll start by learning about the Git data model and how it stores files and looks at commits. By using simple commands, you'll learn how to navigate through the database. Once you have accustomed yourself to the basics, you'll explore techniques to configure Git with comprehensive examples and configuration targets. You'll gain insights into improving your understanding of branches and recovery from mistakes — right from committing to a wrong branch to recovering lost commits or files. You'll then move on to discovering the features that Git rebase has to offer and use regular Git merge on other branches. You'll explore Git notes and learn how to utilize the update, list, and search commands. In addition to this, you'll learn how to extract metadata from repositories and automate your daily tasks using Git hooks. You'll then study in detail repository maintenance, patching, and offline sharing. By the end of the book, you'll have grasped various tips and tricks for everyday usage, while increasing your knowledge of Git providers, integrations, and clients. What you will learn Understand the Git data model and use commands to navigate the database Find out how you can recover lost commits or files Force a rebase on some branches and use regular Git to merge on the rest Master the techniques required to extract metadata from repositories Explore Git notes and learn about the various features that it offers See how to decode different subcommands Who this book is for The Git Version Control Cookbook is for you if you are a developer or Build Release manager looking for a full-fledged practical guide that will take your Git knowledge to the next level. Basic knowledge of GNU tools and shell or bash scripting is needed.