I’m not exactly sure, I’ve not worked with digital ocean myself, can you google that specific error? and did you plug in the “example.com” bit? or was that directly in the error message?
One thing you could double check is by looking at your config file on your docker host, making sure that it in fact has your API key.
No problem, glad it helped! :)
There was a companion post to this if you haven’t seen it, for getting an “A+” rating on SSLLabs. https://medium.com/@kritner/going-from-an-a-to-an-a-on-ssllabs-com-570d2e245100?source=friends_link&sk=54451e8847a0162f28349b43595e4efc
Indeed — though hopefully somewhat in my defense, I did write this back in 2015, hadn’t used GitHub at that point, and hadn’t built anything in Java since college (and did everything in notepad at that point like some sort of heathen).
Updated to mention Jenkins :)
Sounds like it’s promising! I am running into some issues when pushing however — and for some reason i had to specify
--app myApp on a few of the commands.
I haven’t had to deal with the $PORT thing previously, how can you pass something in this value for local testing? in the docker run command?