The first two posts covered the two big files: GitPod.Dockerfile and .gitpod.yml. This final post will cover a few minor changes I had to make to other configuration files.Continue Reading Drupal GitPod Container 3: Settings and Config
GitPod is a great tool for cloud-based containers when developing. If you’re developing and want a safe and efficient cloud container to try things out, it’s a pretty good way to go. You even get 50 hours per month for free, which is pretty great if you only need occasional side project and not full-time work. It also works with Visual Studio Code – although that has not been working for me lately – so you can use it in the browser or in your desktop editor. When you browse to a GitHub or GitLab repository with the extension installed, there’s a simple button that will launch the container with that repository’s code, making it quick and easy to see how it works as well as make changes.
In this mini-series I describe how I created a generic Drupal-friendly container working with GitPod. It is available in my GitHub. Note that since is some code I may continue using over time, the code there may change beyond what is covered in this article.Continue Reading Drupal GitPod Container 1: .Dockerfile