Playing with Dockerhub’s Webhooks Maintaining a website requires a little maintenance. Whether it be writing the best article in the world, or simply to put on line this article, there is a certain time investment needed (implying the use of a blog framework and not a cms.). Fortunately, I set up some CI / CD and my website is built automatically when there is activity on github. When the image is updated on Dockerhub, there is only one step left.
HackQC 2019 The hackathon is a competition where we must realize a project in 48h using the open data of several Quebec organizations such as City of Montreal, Quebec City, SAAQ, etc. This year, we have created a team composed of several members of Cédille and App | ETS to attend this competition which took place in Quebec City. What we didn’t knew was that we were about to win the first place!
A necessary change Before, I used Apache to serve my website. It was done in PHP, so I did not really have a choice but to deal with it. In addition, my sister needed a website, so I set up a Wordpress installation so she could build and manage her own website independently. A few months ago, I faced a problem: how do I serve a nodejs api with Apache?
A little history… To begin, I finished my CEGEP in 2017 … My last class, a course where we have to create a group project, did not happen as planned. We had to learn a bit of PHP Laravel. It was the first time I used a free framework to do a school project. I had just installed my first GNU/ inux distribution on my laptop, and I liked the idea of managing my project by the CLI.