Docker

Build and store Docker images with GitLab

With GitLab, you can add a job to your pipeline to build Docker images, and push them to the built-in container registry. Here is how...

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Run a development environment for Laravel with docker-compose

Developing and testing a Laravel project requires to install a substantial number of tools, with the correct version of each: PHP, composer, MySQL database, NPM etc. Moreover, for a substantial project, you will also have to run and test a queue worker and a scheduler. This can become quite complex and long to setup. In this blog post we show how to use docker-compose to run all of these in a single command line...

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Harden your Laravel app with CSP headers

CSP (Content Security Policy) reduces the risk of cross-site scripting and other content-injection attacks by defining, at the level of the webserver, a header that whitelists authorized sources of content for your website.

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Avoid Docker Hub pull limit with Gitlab

If you are familiar with Docker, you most likely know Docker Hub. For the others, a quick definition: Docker Hub is a service for finding and sharing container images. It is the world largest container image repository. It is widely used around the world

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Run your Laravel app with docker-compose

Docker-compose is an elegant way to run a Laravel app. It allows to define and run the different services: the main web app, a MySQL database and a redis server. There are however a few tricks to solve: how to run the database migrations, how to run the queue worker and the scheduler?

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Dockerize your Laravel app - part 2 : GitLab and multi-stage build

When dockerizing an application, the main goal is to keep images small. Hence the build process should be split in 2 steps:

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Dockerize your Laravel app

For this tutorial we will start with a very simple Laravel app that has no database, or that uses a sqlite database located in the storage directory. The main goal is to show you the main pitfalls to keep in mind when dockerizing a Laravel application.

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Running GITLAB tests locally with Docker CE

The possibility to test integration on our projects when using Gitlab gives us a powerful testing tool to be sure that the code we submit to the repository will work as intended and wont break anything. The way that Gitlab does Continuous Integration (CI) tests is by using Docker containers that can be deployed at demand to test specific aspects of our project.

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Using custom Docker images with GitLab

One of the interesting features of GitLab is the possibility to automatically run tests when code is pushed to the repository (Continus Integration): https://cylab.be/blog/7/gitlab-quickstart

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