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Light Docker Container for Phoenix and PostgresqlLast update: 2 years ago Tag : elixir, phoenix framework, docker, docker-compose, postgresql, apline
Sometimes ago I wrote about alpine vagrant for Rails 5, but sadly it's not working, although rails 5 successfully installed. Now, it's the time for me to try docker for phoenix development. I'm using docker-compose for orchestrating the phoenix and the postgres database server.
Here are the steps:
(Actually I just followed the steps from [here....
Fixing Perl LANG in EmacsLast update: 3 years ago Tag : emacs
Lately I use Emacs as my main editor. There are so many cool and exciting features to explore. One of cool packages I use is fortune-cookie. This is what you got:
Repair NTFS Drive, MacOSLast update: 3 years ago Tag : filesystem, ntfs, repairing
Usually we format external drive using NTFS filesystem, for portability and capability between multiple OS we may encounter. Sometimes we just don't properly dismount that drive, leading to a corrupt file/folder, and some weird things, like we couldn't empty the Trash bin.
The MacOS don't provide automatic mechanism to mount/unmount a connected....
Vagrant Alpine LinuxLast update: 3 years ago Tag : vagrant, alpine, rails
Wow, almost nine months dude...
Why vagrant and not docker? I'm using Mavericks, dude, and love simplicity, just one box and no setting, just vagrant up and ready. I use docker for another things, just not for my local development...
Why Alpine? Why not the popular Ubuntu based box?
Simple: Size and resource consumption.
Alpine linux ....
Well many of you surely have already heard a lot about minify, or compressing assets (js,css) into a one file. Now, I have a big data file, more than 1MB, I consider it pretty big in the browser arena. The data is in JSON or SVG format, so minify doesn't reduce the size significantly. Otherwise, a simple ZIP or BZIP2 can reduce the size very well,....
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