If you want to see a demo of how all these editors would look like, take a look at this awesome History video from Thoughtbot.
In a previous blog (Serverless on Kubernetes using Fission), we have explored serverless possibility on kubernetes using Fission and compared it with Kubeless.
What does it takes to deploy a well-sophisticated application to Kubernetes? Well, you have to write as many YAML files as resources that you want to create in Kubernetes cluster which will be harder to manage in a long run given that we need to maintain versions, config values and etc.,
Elasticsearch is an extremely powerful engine built on top of Apache’s Lucene. It offers some of the most complicated search combinations in an extremely simple manner backed by detailed documentation.
This is going to be a 5 part series and we will see how we can take a basic application with Rails API Server, Vuejs statically served using nginx and Continuously Deploy it to the Kubernetes cluster. It is one of the ways to deploy the apps and these tools are optional to use.
Impressed on the Machine Learning demo using Google ML Kit shown on Flutter Live ’18, we explore the same with on‑device machine learning instead of cloud hosted.