We all know what JSON-LD is: JSON with a @context field tacked on top, right? That’s pretty much all it is. Except sometimes you see an @id field, which, sure, that makes sense. And sometimes the @context field is multiple URLs, which seems odd — because how do they mix? Well, no worries.
In this blog post, I’m using ActivityPub.Academy (see the announcement post) to explore the ActivityPub protocol.
Dependency injection is an essential concept in object-oriented programming. It is a way to decouple the creation of objects from their usage. In this article, we will learn what dependency injection is and how we can use it in Node.js applications using the TypeDI library.
Web frameworks like Spring and ASP.NET Core have dependency injection solutions built in. Unfortunately, that’s not the case for most Node.js web frameworks, including Express.js.
This tutorial is a work in progress. Some sections may be incomplete, out of date, or missing. We're working to update it.
The kubernetes_manifest resource can be used to create any Kubernetes API resource, including custom resource definitions. See the provider documentation page for more information on the additional attributes available for this resource.
This page is generated using information from: https://github.com/digitalocean/container-blueprints/blob/master/DOKS-CI-CD/README.md. This blueprint will show you how to implement a CI/CD solution using free and popular open source implementations that run on Kubernetes clusters natively.