Gradle compiles provided jar files

Source – discourse.nativescript.org The Zebra EMDK provides it’s own Android SDK, therefore I have to add an external lib to my plugin. I put the necessary jar file into the libs folder of my plugin (/libs/com.symbol.emdk.jar) and added the dependencies to my include.gradle file dependencies { provided files(‘libs/com.symbol.emdk.jar’) compile fileTree(exclude: [‘libs/com.symbol.emdk.jar’],include: [‘*.jar’], dir: ‘libs’) } On tns run android it seems that the jar file gets compiled. I see the following errors in the log file: :buildMetadata Skip com.symbol.emdk.simulscan.SimulScanConfig Error: java.lang.NullPointerException Skip com.symbol.emdk.simulscan.SimulScanManager Error: java.lang.NullPointerException

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How to completely uninstall docker

Source – askubuntu.com I followed the uninstall instructions here. Then I ran these commands: sudo apt-get purge docker-engine sudo apt-get autoremove –purge docker-engine rm -rf /var/lib/docker So after I did all this I ran this command to see if docker files are any where else: sudo find / -name ‘*docker*’ I found several places where docker files still exists. /etc /sys /lib /usr /usr /run /proc /var Docker exists in subfolders in the list above.

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GitHub GraphQL API is Out of Early Access

Source – infoq.com GitHub GraphQL API has recently become generally available. InfoQ has spoken with GitHub senior engineering manager Kyle Daigle. Announced at GitHub Universe last year, GitHub GraphQL API aims to add more flexibility to GitHub API. The main advantage of GraphQL is its ability to define exactly what data are required, which makes it possible to replace multiple REST request with a single call. Additionally, GraphQL schemas are strongly typed and introspective. InfoQ has spoken with Daigle to learn more about

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How to rebuild go project efficiently while using Docker Compose?

Source – stackoverflow.com This may be a stupid question, but I’m new to using Docker-compose. So far, I love it… but I’m having some long build times. I have a project with several dependencies, and I need to obviously rebuild the source every time I make a change. Right now, I’m calling docker-compose build to rebuild the container, followed by a docker-compose up. The problem is: It’s rebuilding the entire container for every change I make to the source code (which

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Three DevOps toolchain options refine IT automation

Source – techtarget.com DevOps toolchains are becoming more integrated, from dev to test to IT. Properly instrumented process automation can improve application quality and security — a major DevOps goal — through detailed performance profiles and code and configuration audits. DevOps automation reduces and eliminates rework, reuses code and configuration templates, and eliminates manual tasks. As DevOps teams mature, they shift attention from automating individual steps and tool mastery to tying those automation tools together. As development and IT teams work

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New DevOps deployment tools dangle Jenkins alternatives

Source – techtarget.com Some enterprises have passed over tried-and-true DevOps tools, such as Jenkins, in favor of new DevOps deployment tools that offer a smoother experience. One Jenkins rival, Shippable Inc., has expanded its product to encompass both continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) during the last year, and it has added an on-premises alternative for security-sensitive enterprises this week called Shippable Server. Google and Netflix also turned heads with multicloud support in version 1.0 of the open source Spinnaker

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Best Practices To Manage Your Hybrid Cloud

Source – forbes.com We live in a choice-driven society powered by technology. Whether it’s cutting the cable cord and moving to à la carte television or ditching the concept of ownership and opting to take part in the sharing economy, people want to pick and choose what works best for their individual needs instead of relying on a single provider or product. In the case of cloud computing, a plethora of options is available to IT network teams for how they

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DevOps success relies on supportive and communicative senior leaders, research shows

Source – computerweekly.com The influential role played by supportive senior leadership in helping organisations successfully shift away from big-project, waterfall-like software development is laid bare in the 2017 State of DevOps Report. Compiled each year by software automation supplier Puppet and DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA), the report seeks out the opinions of DevOps practitioners to gauge how adoption of the software development methodology is progressing worldwide. The 2017 edition includes input from more than 3,200 respondents, whose feedback has enabled

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Continuous Delivery with VSTS and Jenkins

Source – stackoverflow.com I’m trying to get continuous delivery going with Jenkins (building, deploying) and VSTS (source control). This is the desired workflow: a developer branches off master, makes changes, creates a pull request another developer reviews the PR and eventually merges it into master some system (Jenkins or VSTS) detects that a PR was merged into master and… increments a version number stored in a file within the repo commits the version change back to master builds deploys I was

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Turbonomic touts support for AWS and Azure public cloud with new release

Source – cloudcomputing-news.net Turbonomic, a Boston-based cloud and virtualisation software provider, has announced new support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure public cloud environments with general availability of its 5.9 iteration. The company says the move will ‘enable customers to confidently accelerate their journey to hybrid cloud’, with support offerings include visibility of all workloads regardless of where they reside, and lowering of public cloud bills by 30% on average. Other features include being able to migrate to AWS

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