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Containers are great and provide organizations with the platform and tools necessary to develop and deploy applications more efficiently than traditional software applications or virtual machines. Containers also have the potential to exponentially increase your exposure to vulnerabilities and risk.
Every UI designer wants to engage their userbase. Thats the whole point of a website or mobile app: to provide something of value that gets visitors excited and interactive.
A new project from the creators of the system automation framework Ansible, now owned by Red Hat, wants to make it possible to build Docker images and perform container orchestration within Ansible. Ansible Container, still in the early stages of development, allows developers to use an Ansible playbook (the language that describes Ansible jobs) to outline how containers should be built; it uses Ansible’s stack to deploy those applications as well.
When popular IT automation framework Ansible was acquired by Red Hat, the question had to be asked: What’s going to change? Would Ansible be geared to support Red Hat’s products?
Google Fonts is the latest Google service thats gotten a design makeover. The directory of free web fonts makes it a cinch for designers to customize fonts, share fonts with their colleagues, and even collaborate on fonts with the original designer.
Interface designers are taking a greater interest in UX design with animated mockups that emulate user actions. These UX mockups rely on motion with animated effects to define how an interface should respond to user input.
Sublime Text is, no doubt, one of the most powerful text editors out there. The number of satisfied users attests to that.