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  • Dev Containers: Open, Develop, Repeat...
    9 projects | dev.to | 30 Oct 2023
    Dev Containers not only allow you to define which extensions should be installed and which configuration settings shall be set, but they also have something they call "Dev Container Features".
  • Unable to Change Workspace Folder Permissions (777 to 775) in WSL VSCode Devcontainer
    1 project | /r/vscode | 30 Sep 2023
    json { "name": "Ubuntu", // Or use a Dockerfile or Docker Compose file. More info: https://containers.dev/guide/dockerfile "image": "mcr.microsoft.com/devcontainers/base:ubuntu", "features": { "ghcr.io/devcontainers/features/terraform": "latest", "ghcr.io/devcontainers/features/powershell": "latest", "ghcr.io/devcontainers/features/azure-cli": "latest" }, // Features to add to the dev container. More info: https://containers.dev/features. // "features": {}, // Use 'forwardPorts' to make a list of ports inside the container available locally. // "forwardPorts": [], // Use 'postCreateCommand' to run commands after the container is created. // "postStartCommand": "uname -a", // "postCreateCommand": "sudo apt update; sudo apt upgrade -y;", "postAttachCommand": { "git-safe-directory": "git config --global --add safe.directory ${containerWorkspaceFolder}", "ansible_cfg_permissions": "sudo chmod o-w ${containerWorkspaceFolder}" }, "postCreateCommand": { "python": "sudo apt update; sudo apt upgrade -y; sudo apt install -y python3-pip postgresql-client; sudo python3 -m pip install --upgrade pip; pip3 install ansible python-hcl2 psycopg2-binary; ansible-galaxy collection install azure.azcollection", "populate-history": "echo 'ansible-playbook ansible/playbooks/netbox.yml' >> ~/.bash_history; echo 'terraform apply' >> ~/.bash_history; echo 'az login' >> ~/.bash_history" }, // Configure tool-specific properties. // "customizations": {}, // Uncomment to connect as root instead. More info: https://aka.ms/dev-containers-non-root. // "remoteUser": "root" "customizations": { "vscode": { "extensions": [ "GitHub.copilot", "GitHub.copilot-labs", "GitHub.vscode-pull-request-github", "redhat.ansible", "hashicorp.terraform", "ms-toolsai.jupyter", "ms-vscode.powershell", "HashiCorp.terraform", "eamodio.gitlens", "GitHub.copilot-chat" ] } } }
  • Take your development environment anywhere and on any machine with Dev Containers.
    3 projects | dev.to | 31 Dec 2022
    there are already built docker images for common development environment. You can either use one of them, or build one from Docker file. Using a pre-built dev container doesn't mean you are only limited to that image, because you can still add other tools, which they are called features to that image. For a list of the pre-built templates check here, and for the other features that you can add check this. You don't need a Docker file, unless you want to build your dev environment step by step.
  • VSCode & GitHub Codespaces for my Python playground
    2 projects | dev.to | 10 Dec 2022
    // For format details, see https://aka.ms/devcontainer.json. For config options, see the // README at: https://github.com/devcontainers/templates/tree/main/src/python { "name": "Python 3", "image": "mcr.microsoft.com/devcontainers/python:0-3.11", "features": { "ghcr.io/devcontainers/features/python:1": {} } // Features to add to the dev container. More info: https://containers.dev/features. // "features": {}, // Use 'forwardPorts' to make a list of ports inside the container available locally. // "forwardPorts": [], // Use 'postCreateCommand' to run commands after the container is created. // "postCreateCommand": "pip3 install --user -r requirements.txt", // Configure tool-specific properties. // "customizations": {}, // Uncomment to connect as root instead. More info: https://aka.ms/dev-containers-non-root. // "remoteUser": "root" }
  • Containerizing devops tools with docker compose
    2 projects | /r/devops | 30 Nov 2022
    This is actually very easy. I've implemented a number of tools like this publicly but the standard doesn't limit you to public stuff. I can't emphasize enough the amount of speed we gained when we implemented this standard. https://containers.dev/features
  • DevContainers for Azure and .NET
    12 projects | dev.to | 13 Oct 2022
    features: While you can add everything in Dockerfile for the build, there are already pre-configured features you can optionally add. You can find the complete list of the features at here. Some examples of those features are common utilities and tools like Azure CLI, GitHub CLI and Terraform, and languages like node.js, Java, .NET, Python, etc.
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