During last few months, while being locked at home due to COVID, I thought of using my free time to build something useful. So I built an App to help my wife manage her Recipes (which she has been complaining that she is having hard time managing). While I built the app it was a great learning curve for me where I learnt a few new things and got a chance to apply them to my app. Particularly I learnt a lot building the whole architecture for the app including the front end and the backend.
I explain about the app architecture in my blog post here:
If you want to view a preview of the app, watch these videos:
In this post I am switching gears from my general cloud technology posts towards a bit of app development. Recently while I was working on one of my side projects, developing a React app, I faced an issue to persist the cookies on the app when opened on mobile. I wanted to convert the React app to an installable android app and provide a persistent login for the user. I didn’t want to develop a whole new app for mobile using React Native and just re-use the React web app which I built, as an app on mobile.
In this post I will be going through the process and steps which I followed to make it work for me. I figured this may help someone having similar issue. These are the parts I will be covering in this…
Previously I wrote a post explaining how we can design a Kubernetes deployment to deploy a full stack React app with Flask API backend.
In this post I am completing the walk-through adding a deployment automation to Kubernetes cluster using Jenkins.
This is the final part of the series where I will be going through steps to deploy the Kubernetes components described in the above post to Kubernetes cluster. …