In this article I’m going to point you to a few mistakes I made while I worked on a Flutter app, and the reasons why I had to rewrite it three times, to finally be satisfied with the result. Please not that this is my personal experience, and my personal opinion on the used packages […]
This is the second part of the ULTIMATE Setup for WSL2 and Docker, in which I’ll focus on how to setup Docker inside WSL to allow for a seamless network integration across all your devices in your network. Part 1 In case you missed it, check out my first part of the series. https://dnmc.in/2021/02/01/the-ultimate-setup-for-webdevelopers-with-wsl2-and-docker-part-1 The […]
This is going to be a multipart-series of how to setup the ULTIMATE WSL2 and Docker environment, to get the most out of it, during your everyday developer’s life. Now, let’s first tackle the meaning of ULTIMATE, since everyone has it’s own interpretation on what it means. S Reliable – The setup has to be […]
Since Microsoft integrated WSL (and especially WSL2) into Windows 10 – we, the developers – went crazy about it. It allows us to integrate our favorite Linux tools into our everydays development routines. Working on web applications in PHP, NodeJS, etc… became a breeze. Unfortunately, it wasn’t possible to integrate Flutter development into this breezy […]
Since the communication over the internet is moving toward SSL, it became really frustrating for developers to setup their local environments in that manner.
TLDR; This solution, uses an AndroidTV box to provide the SmartTV functionality. For the ambilight, I had to “hack” into my TV to grab the pixel-information of what is shown on the screen and send that to an ESP8266-controller to control the LED-strip attached to it. Motivation I’m one of these guys who likes to […]