Exoframe is a self-hosted tool that allows simple one-command deployments using Docker.
If you are not familiar with it — you can find out more in the article on initial release and the project repository.

I am happy to announce the release of Exoframe 3.0!
Two major highlights for this release…


Exoframe is a self-hosted tool that allows simple one-command deployments using Docker.
If you are not familiar with it — you can find out more in the article on initial release and the project repository.

I am happy to announce the release of Exoframe 2.0!
This release includes a number of…


Exoframe started with one goal — to provide a simple self-hosted solution that allows one-command deployments using Docker.
I’ve been working on Exoframe since its beta announcement about 6 months ago. …


Hi, I’m Tim and I’m doing free open source courses on building things with javascript. So far I’ve done a course on building client-server products and desktop applications.
Now is time to pick a topic for the next course — and I need your help! …


Setting up continuous deployment for your project can be quite tricky. Puppet, Ansible, Chef — all those tools are great, but sometimes you just want something small and simple to use to deploy your pet projects to your virtual or dedicated server.
I want to show you how to setup continuous…


Back in September 2016 I’ve presented the first public version of Exoframe. At a time I’ve positioned it as a tool to simplify management of Docker. The idea was pretty simple — take away the pain of writing, maintaining and deploying docker images to your server.
That was done through…


Hi, my name’s Tim and you might remember me from my original post I made about 8 months ago — I promised to teach people to build products using javascript for free. No strings attached.
The idea was to make a course that showcases and talks about technologies that are…


Docker is an amazing tool. It can help you setup self-hosted PaaS, scale things, do Android CI and even develop for IoT.
But even though Docker is a great tool, it has its own problems.

First of all — it’s not that easy to use. Mainly because there are so…


Update: The course is now finished. See new post for more details!

Here’s the thing — there’s a whole lot of different online courses, articles, tutorials and other materials on how to program in javascript (or any other language). And some of those are amazingly good, e.g. You Don’t Know…


I would imagine that it’s a dream of every developer — to be able to write pure logic and to be able push it live with a touch of a button. No worries about frameworks, deployment procedures, provisioning, etc — just your business logic. Kind of like magic.

Of course…

Tim Ermilov

Hi, I’m Tim! I talk about webdev, javascript and big data.

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