I wanted to create a MySQL container in Kubernetes with default disabled strict mode. I know the way of how to disable strict mode in docker. I tried to use the same way in Kubernetes, but it shows an errors log.
I’m fairly new to HTML and still learning and now I’m stuck with something:
I’m trying to create a container with bootstrap. I added a name and a button to the top of the container as a row, added back-ground color, and I added a border to the container. The border, however, is slightly wider than the row, so on the right side the border is disconnected from the row and doesn’t complete the “window” if you will. Added a picture and my code.
This might be a dumb question, but since I can’t find a solution that works for me, here goes.
So I want to connect to my mongodb running on my host machine (DO droplet, Ubuntu 16.04). It is running on the default
27017 port on localhost.
I am very new to frontend web development and I am only trying to solve this issue as the frontend team (this is a university project) is struggling with this one.
In what scenario should we use a service container instead of calling a new class directly?
I read from Laravel official docs that it is mainly used for managing class dependency and performing dependency injection, however I am not sure if I understand it correctly.
I want to containerize my ASP.Net Framework 4.6 application and I see the following base Images
I am trying to build a heap with a custom sort predicate. Since the values going into it are of ‘user-defined’ type, I cannot modify their built-in comparison predicate.