A 55-minute dive into the “Serverless” framework, an open-source tool that aims to simplify building, packaging, and deploying serverless applications across multiple cloud providers and platforms like AWS, GCP, Azure, and Kubernetes.
This is my take on working with Kendo Grid in a Vue 3 project. While I have not explored the grid functionality to the nth degree, these are some things I like about the grid, some difficulties I had implementing it, and some workarounds and quirks I have discovered. Specifically, I will be referring to the Vue implementation of Kendo Grid and the Native Components. This is not to be confused with the Kendo UI for Vue Wrappers.
Kendo Grid is a very robust tool for displaying data in table format. Out-of-the-box features include sorting, filtering, and pagination. Simply defining the column schema with a few config options will have the grid set up quickly. A few features that require more coding and configuration are column collapsing, adding a toolbar, displaying aggregated fields, using custom cell components, implementing column groups, and exporting grid data to a file.
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Kubernetes, or k8s, is an important container orchestration platform. In this blog, I’ll describe creating a workable Kubernetes cluster implemented on a stack of four Raspberry Pi boards. In the end, I’ll have provided an outline of how I created it and I’ll show how to replicate a stateless app across Kubernetes pods running on the nodes — the Pi boards.
The steps described in this blog post allow for the adding of a Logic App on Azure to append rows to an Excel file. It took a lot of trial, and mostly error, to figure out how to describe what I wanted in the way that the Logic App would understand. Hopefully, the steps that I outlined in this blog post will save others the time it took me to come up with them.
This presentation explores a Terraform-based approach to Infrastructure as code. Infrastructure is becoming more and more important for us as developers to understand and develop; it’s no longer only in the hands of the operations team. Terraform is a great tool for infrastructure management.