Using Custom Containers in DeployBot

When it comes to using containers in DeployBot, you’ve got a few options.

You can create a brand new container, use our existing DeployBot containers and based on that create your own container, or go in the Docker registry to find the container which suits best to your needs.

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GitHub vs. Bitbucket

In this post we look at the differences between GitHub and Bitbucket, two very popular web-based hosting version control services.

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Front End Deployment of a React App

No too long ago, frontend work was pretty straightforward. The backend team took templates that were converted from PSD to HTML/CSS and added them into deployment. But everything changed when JS and the frontend frameworks came into the picture. Now that you can easily create apps using JS, you need to have a deployment process for that as well.

This post focuses on creating a simple ReactJS application with real-time deployment and shows how a simple but very effective workflow would look like.

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Best Practices for Using Build Containers

Deploying advanced applications frequently requires different programing languages to achieve the desired goals. Having the ability to build, compile and minify code with a single click is like a tool made in heaven.

DeployBot offers such a possibility with Build commands.

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Continuous Delivery, Deployment and Integration Explained

There are a lot of buzzwords flying around the DevOps world. So we put together this post explaining the three most dear to us; Continuous Delivery, Continuous Deployment and Continuous Integration. The difference between the three terms can be confusing. If you’re part of a small dev team, this post will provide some insight into where you can benefit the most.

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