Kustomize is a great tool that allows developers to customise Kubernetes resources, including deployments and services, without changing the original YAML configuration files.
In most situations, projects are being developed at different stages and are transferred to different development environments, such as development, testing, production, etc. In such scenarios, changing the original YAML files at different stages could be an annoying situation for the entire team. But by using Kustomize, developers can get rid of this burden and make adjustments when necessary.
In this article, I will be talking about how to install Kustomize and make changes to your Kubernetes…
Argo CD can be identified as an open-source continuous delivery tool for Kubernetes which has a graphical user interface to see Kubernetes components inside the cluster. When you run an application on Kubernetes, you can see all the Kubernetes components on the terminal using kubectl commands. But when you use Argo, you can see them in a GUI. Not only that, you can connect your repository with Argo and through a single click, you can sync up your application with the latest changes. Either your project resides in a public or private repository, you can add that into the Argo…
Kubernetes or K8s plays a major role in DevOps and currently, most applications are likely to be deployed in a Kubernetes cluster. Before Docker introduced in 2013, Virtualisation played a huge role in the IT industry.
You could have certainly heard different tools such as Virtual Box, VM ware, etc and most probably you have already experienced them by today. But after the containers came into the picture, developers started containerising their applications because this technology gave them more feasibility solutions to go further.
Once Google introduced Kubernetes which is a powerful system to manage containerised applications in a clustered…
Jobs and Cron Jobs are very important parts of Kubernetes workloads. These Jobs help us to perform a particular task which we assigned to them.
The main difference between a Job and a Cron Job is, a Job will perform a given task and once it’s completed it will stop the process and the Job runs only when we need it to run. Cron Job also does the same thing but we can schedule a Cron Job to run at a given schedule. …
∘ Apple Music is the Default Music Streaming Service on Apple Devices.
∘ Spotify VS Apple Music Subscription Plans
∘ Process of Activating a Subscription Plan
∘ Free Trial
∘ In-built Features
If you’re a huge fan of Music (actually, no need to be a huge fan, we all love to listen to our favourite music 😅 ), you should be knowing these two streaming services which are Apple Music and Spotify. If you live in the Apple ecosystem, you would probably go and select Apple Music. But those who use other mobile operating systems would…
You might have seen your iPhone stopped charging at some point somewhere around 80% and it takes more time to increase the battery percentage from that point onwards. Some users suppose this is the indication which asks you to replace the iPhone battery. But that’s not the real issue here.
As we know iPhones had a big complaint regarding its’ battery lifespan over the last few years. If you’ve used several Apple devices during the past 5–10 years, you should be experienced that. Also, you may have seen that sometimes Apple has offered Free battery replacement services for some iPhone…
CTF is an acronym for “Capture the Flag”. This’s a challenge and you’ll only be succeeded there if you’re highly skilled. In CTF, you’re asked to find vulnerabilities of a website, web application or any other related application and you have to find/capture the requested flags via those vulnerabilities.
There’re several tools that can be used for this and operating systems like “Kali Linux” is intentionally developed for this kind of purposes (today my intention is to explain the CTF concept and I’m not going to explain the usage of those tools in this post).
Dart is an open-source, object-oriented programming language and if you’re familiar with OOP concepts, Dart will be an awesome language to learn and build Flutter applications. If you have worked with similar programming languages such as Java, then Dart will not be difficult for you.
This’s a kind of a short tutorial and here, I talk about how to use override annotation in the Dart programming language and how we can use the super keyword in Dart programs.
Let’s try to understand each of them using the below examples.
As we all know iOS 14 made a significant impact on iPhones and gave more security to users’ data and more protection to users’ privacy. Not only that, with iOS 14 users were given the freedom to choose their favourite apps over Apple’s default apps. Google Chrome and Gmail are the best examples of that.
Apple didn’t stop there and they gave more features to the iPhone users via iOS 14.0.1, iOS 14.1, iOS 14.2, iOS 14.2.1, iOS 14.3 and iOS 14.4 [ if you want to see what each update brought you, please refer this link ] Today everyone…
In this article, I’ll be going through basic functions which we can use in the Dart programming language.
Before getting started, let’s install Dart on our computer. Dart can be installed using Dart SDK on Windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems. …