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Kubernetes-based development with Devspace
dev.to | 2021-10-15
Modern applications base more and more on micro-services. Splitting large applications into smaller pieces makes the whole more maintainable and easier to develop. However, instead of developing a big monolith, we work on a bunch of tiny applications, making it more challenging to debug and deploy the whole system. Luckily, there are many tools out there to help us out. An interesting comparison of some of them can be found here. In what follows, we want to see how easy it is to do Kubernetes-based development with devspace.
How do developers handle developing large scaled dockerized applications locally?
reddit.com/r/devops | 2021-09-20
Try devspace https://devspace.sh/ . Imagine you don't run your application locally anymore. You edit the code locally, devspace sync with the container on Kubernetes, then you run some command to reload the application.
Docker Compose Alternatives for Kubernetes: DevSpace
dev.to | 2021-09-09
Previously in this series we’ve covered Tilt and Skaffold. Next up in the series is DevSpace, one of the other popular open source tools in the space. For transparency’s sake, I work for Loft Labs, which maintains DevSpace.
PHP Laravel Development with Kubernetes using DevSpace - Developer Edition
dev.to | 2021-08-20
Continuous Delivery is a challenge while developing on Kubernetes. Without using a special tool, you need to build and deploy every time code or assets change. DevSpace handles this seamlessly either by synchronizing files and hot reload of the container in question or automatically rebuilding and deploying the image(s) required. DevSpace allows you to develop in a Kubernetes cluster as if you are developing in your local machine.
What does your dev environment look like?
reddit.com/r/PHP | 2021-06-25
Actually none of them, i use Devspace https://devspace.sh/
Docker Compose Alternatives for Kubernetes: Tilt
dev.to | 2021-06-09
Many engineers developing apps that run in Kubernetes use Docker Compose for their local environment, but a lot of great alternatives are out there that make developing against a Kubernetes cluster fast and easy. Tilt is an open source tool for developer workflows with Kubernetes, created by the Tilt team. Other tools in the space include Skaffold, created by Google, and DevSpace, created by Loft Labs. I work at Loft Labs and developer productivity is a big interest of mine, so I thought I'd look at what Tilt has to offer.
Improving Developer Productivity with DevSpace
dev.to | 2021-04-28
The team at Loft has built several tools to help with developer productivity, but the best-known tool we've made is DevSpace. DevSpace is a free and open source tool that allows developers who are building apps that run in Kubernetes clusters to be more efficient. I thought it would be interesting to look at the different ways DevSpace can help with productivity in light of the SPACE framework.reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2021-04-28
There was a great post in ACM Queue magazine recently about developer productivity. It made me want to look at how our open source tool DevSpace helps developers be more productive, using the framework from that article. DevSpace is built for developers who are building apps that run in Kubernetes clusters.
External Kubernetes cluster for local development
reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2021-04-11
tilt can use remote clusters as can DevSpace. I like DevSpace's ux more, but tilt is a bit easier to get going.
Meet Rich Burroughs - Loft Blog
reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2021-04-05
Rancher Desktop, a Docker Desktop Replacement
news.ycombinator.com | 2021-10-11
Recently, I found Tilt  to be a good partner of mine to run "all services locally". It can be compared to "webpack (live-reloading, a lot of configuration possibilities) for backend". You want to run a bunch of services directly? Use local_resource()/local(). You have Procfile? There is procfile() function. You have docker-compose.yml with databases? You can run it too with docker_compose(). You want have Tiltfile and include them all-together? There is load(). You need some web-ui for frontend devs and a nice log browser? It is there too. You need to do some extra steps before running a service? You want to update your local cluster with newly built image on file save? No problem, tilt will do that with k8s_yaml() function. Tilt uses Titlfiles for configuration, which are written Pythonish Starlark language and you use them to run any specific logic there.
Also, I am not very lucky in having resemble 1:1 k8s cluster locally. You could be close but as long as you don't run already in cloud you will have different configuration (additional annotations, various quirks that do not exist in kind/k3s but they are on GCP). However, making dedicated dev environments in the cloud might be very costly and incur a lot of additional tinkering.
How to edit code on host and map changes to container files?
reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2021-09-26
If `host` means your production/staging hosts or whatever, you should get out of that habit now. Look into something like tilt.dev or telepresence.io or any number of other solutions that help solve this issue. Doing it directly on any host is just a recipe for bad habits and disaster.
An Overview of Docker Desktop Alternatives
news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-01
Docker slow on MacOS with Cross tool?
reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-09-01
If this is an issue during development then you can use something like tilt with docker-compose to directly copy modified source inside container and incrementally build it. https://tilt.dev/
Made a list of Awesome Kubernetes libraries, what should I add?
reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2021-08-26
I'd add Tilt
Rails on Kubernetes with Minikube and Tilt
dev.to | 2021-08-20
DevSpace - Development Environments in Kubernetes
reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2021-07-26
Along similar lines, how about comparing Devspace to [Tilt](https://tilt.dev/)?
Simple live reloading devserver example for Golang w/ templates + tailwind + JIT
reddit.com/r/golang | 2021-07-24
Skaffold + Argo DS Workflows?
reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2021-07-20
Apart from Skaffold, you should also take a look at telepresence, okteto.com and tilt.dev
Hot reload in Kubernetes cluster instead of Docker Compose
reddit.com/r/golang | 2021-07-14
What are some alternatives?
skaffold - Easy and Repeatable Kubernetes Development
telepresence - Local development against a remote Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster
okteto - Develop your applications directly in your Kubernetes Cluster
WSL - Issues found on WSL
footsteps-vscode - Keep your place when jumping between a different parts of your code. This is a vscode extension that will highlight lines as you edit them, fading as you move away.
kubefwd - Bulk port forwarding Kubernetes services for local development.
kind - Kubernetes IN Docker - local clusters for testing Kubernetes
lens - Lens - The Kubernetes IDE
jib - 🏗 Build container images for your Java applications.