My pull request for updating the official Elasticsearch/Fluentd/Kibana logging add-on for Kubernetes to version 5.5.1 of Elasticsearch and Kibana was recently approved and merged into the master branch! Users of the popular EFK/ELK stack can now enjoy the latest version with their Kubernetes clusters!
In my previous blog post I showed how to use the Kops tool to create a production ready Kubernetes cluster on Amazon Web Services (AWS). In this follow-up post I will show how to install Elasticsearch and its graphical counterpart Kibana in the cluster, in order to be able to collect and store logs from […]
Today I will be talking about Kops, which is an official tool for creating Kubernetes clusters on AWS, with support for GCE and VMware vSphere in alpha. It takes a whole lot of the pain out of setting up a Kubernetes cluster yourself, but still presents many challenges to overcome and a great degree of […]
When I recently implemented Google authentication in a Web app, I discovered that I fell victim to the browser’s built-in popup blocking mechanism, which would hide Google’s requisite login dialog. While popup blocking can be pretty good to have in the face of more or less malicious websites and intrusive ads, it’s a real drag […]
I’m happy to announce that I’ve taken over maintainership of the popular NPM package html-to-react, which currently has about 3600 downloads per month. This package has the ability to translate HTML markup into a React DOM structure. An example should give you an idea of what html-to-react brings to the table: var React = require(‘react’); […]
Up until now, one has used the Node Inspector in order to debug Node.js server applications right within Chrome DevTools, which is a pretty neat feature! However, version 6.5 of Node changes the game. Support for debugging via DevTools is now built into Node itself, and Node Inspector should no longer be needed. In fact, […]
As part of developing MuzHack I had to implement a method of loading search results on demand, i.e. not everything at once. I decided on the “infinite scrolling” method, which means that as seen on f.ex. Twitter, you load more content as the user scrolls down the page. This is an alternative to the more […]