setting up apache airflow using docker

This is the best resource i found to setup airflow using docker-compose. You need a more recent version of the docker compose.  Create a file called docker-compose.yaml with content take from here . Then run the following command :- docker-compose up airflow-init next,  run the following command.  docker-compose up

Specifying multiple Azure devops yaml environment tagging

  When you create your environment and add some vm into your Azure DevOps, you might find yourself trying to deploy to vm with multiple tags.  Here is how you do it :- Here we are specifying that the deployment goes to target server with tag web1 and web2 jobs: - deployment: VMDeploy displayName: web environment: name: VMenv resourceType: VirtualMachine tags: ' web1, web2' strategy:

Setting up Sonarqube instance on Azure appservice (not using the container) with postgres as the database engine

  Please note this only tested with sonarqube 8.4 and if this is version you're working with please read on. Tried with sonarqube 8.6 with this setup and no luck :( Setting up App service  First we need to setup our web app service. The requirement are it requires JDK 11 (that's because of the sonarqube version that i'm using) and must be a Windows. The start up scrip that we are using requires that.  Create an instance of this application and continue below.  Copy sonarqube binaries and startup files over After that, use FTP tool to copy some files over to wwwroot. This FTP credentials can be obtained from  Deployment center as shown below:  Please download sonarqube from here . I am using version 8.4, developer version. Unpack it into a folder called sonar.  Your folder should look something like this. We have web.config, HttpPlatformHandlerStartup.ps1 and the unzip sonarqube binaries.  Copy all EXCEPT sonarqube-developer-8.4.135646 to app service wwwroot. Postgres Setup

Manual intervention Azure Devops yaml

 Sometimes it can be pretty daunting, trying to get the correct manual intervention step correct.  Here is a an example that will create a stage in the environment and then you can start to add "Approval" and checks.  stages :  -  stage  :  ${{parameters.stageName}}      dependsOn :  ${{parameters.stageDependency}}    jobs :   -  deployment :  'qadeployment'      displayName :  'QA Deployment'        environment :  'OnlineShopping.UI.QA'   

OAuth 2.0 Terms and definitions

  I think this resource link provide a good explanation of some of OAuth 2.0 terms used for example, what distinguishing between acess_token vs refresh_token.

cypress install package.json version

  If you having cypress versioning issues - i.e, you have a global cypress version 5.4 but your project uses cypress 4.9, you can uninstall global version using  npm uninstall cypress -g  Then make sure you're in your project source directory, then install using the following command :- npx cypress install 

azure devops multiple custom condition in yaml

  In case you run into a situation whereby you need to specify multiple condition in your task / job, you can try the following command :- condition :  and( succeeded(), or(eq(variables[' Build.Reason'], 'PullRequest') ,  eq(variables['Build. SourceBranch'], 'refs/heads/ master')))

git log to see only changes in your branch

  If you want to see only changes in your current git branch, use the following command :- git log master.. Otherwise, to specify your target branch git log master..<your branch name>