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about us rss archive random posted on wednesday, 7 december 2016 by fusillicode 0 notes ∞ share read later save to instapaper read it later elastic ip address (eip) and ecs (ec2 container service) cluster, a naive solution recently i had the opportunity to set up another ecs cluster for a ruby on rails application that exposes a few api endpoints and a backend to manage some contents, i.e. images, videos and so on.considering our previous experience we decided to automate the provisioning of the infrastructure by using ansible and after a bit we ended up with a few playbooks that allowed us to bring up everything we needed, from the db to the instances, elb, task definitions and services.everything was working quite well until we were asked to provide a static ip that could be used to access the aforementioned api endpoints. while this request may sound legit and easy to satisfy it highlighted a possible flaw in our stack.the “entry point” of our infrastructure was (and still is!) the elb which can be referenced with an a record but not with an ip. moreover it is also not possible to give it an eip.after looking around for a solution and trying to solve the problem with an ad-hoc network interface we ended up with a really naive (and temporary) solution: add another “custom layer” of load balancing after the elb and associate the eip to this layer.considering how we structured our playbooks and how they work we find particularly easy to implement this custom layer as another ec2 instance of our cluster. the new ec2 instance, just another t2.micro as all other instances, would be responsible to route every request it gets to the other instances in charge of delivering the responses.following this rationale we have built a basic haproxy container and have added a proper task and service to integrate the new layer inside our ecs cluster.below you can find, in order, the dockerfile, the haproxy configuration (i.e. haproxy.cfg), the ansible definition of the haproxy task and its service.from haproxy maintainer fusillicode env balanced_endpoint=you-elb-name-180542309.eu-west-1.elb.amazonaws.com:80 run mkdir /dev/log copy haproxy.cfg /usr/local/etc/haproxy/haproxy.cfg global log /dev/log local0 info alert log /dev/log local1 notice alert daemon defaults log global mode http option httplog option dontlognull timeout connect 5000 timeout client 50000 timeout server 50000 frontend localnodes bind *:80 mode http default_backend node backend node mode http balance roundrobin option forwardfor http-request set-header x-forwarded-port %[dst_port] server web0 ${balanced_endpoint} - name: provision cluster task definition (haproxy) aws_ecs_taskdefinition: containers: - name: proxy cpu: 10 essential: true image: "{{ repository }}/your-app-haproxy:latest" memory: 500 portmappings: - containerport: 80 hostport: 80 state: update family: "{{ project_id }}-haproxy-{{ env }}" register: taskdefinition_haproxy - name: provision cluster service haproxy ecs_service: name: haproxy state: present desired_count: 1 task_definition: "{{ taskdefinition_haproxy.taskdefinition.family }}" cluster: "{{ cluster.cluster.clustername }}" by following this naive solution, the next logic thing that we would have to do was to implement the automatic assignment of the eip to the desired instance.however i think that this kind of “service discovery” would be quite complex and error prone so i strongly recommend to investigate other possible ways to associate an eip to an ecs cluster. moreover the custom layer we introduced represents a single point of failure regarding the exposed api endpoints.despite the fact that we have a proper ecs service that handles the haproxy functionality it does not handles the automatic rebind of the eip. if, for any reason, the haproxy container or the ec2 instance in which it runs becomes unavailable the ecs service would provide another instance without knowing nothing about the previous eip.considering these problems, a possible alternative could have been, for example, to change our elb to an application load balancer and try to handle the new custom redirection layer in a more resilient way. another one would have been to create a proper network interface and integrate it inside your vpc. and if you don’t have a vpc…well, you should have one ;)beside the naiveness of the approach described in this article i hope that it can be useful to the ones facing the same situation i had.cheers! by fusillicode posted on wednesday, 7 december 2016 0 notes ∞ share read later save to instapaper read it later posted on friday, 2 december 2016 by cecilian-stuff 0 notes ∞ share read later save to instapaper read it later ruby days as many people found out with dismay, this year’s rubyday coincided with another big event, the codemotion here in milan. in mikamai we rolled out a ‘divide and conquer’ plan, so while @fusillicode was -super-efficiently as usual- covering codemotion, three of us set out for florence. tiny adv block: at our stand we were giving away the lovely mikamai mug, so if you weren’t so lucky as to get one, be sure to be there next year!this was my first time at rubyday and i was positively impressed at how international the event was. as i am not a developer, some of the talks were a bit out of my depth, nonetheless i could appreciate their quality. @arkh4m’s flamboyant elixir-on-raspberry demo, @jodosha’s passionate portrayal of contributing to open-source and @nusco’s recursive non-defense of refinements were highlights at least for me.i was curious to take part to @andreareginato and @realfuzzy’s workshop about what it means to be a fullstack and what is the true benefit they can bring to a team. michele and andrea’s conclusions were quite deep and thought-provoking, however i feel that they suffered somewhat of the workshop being the last of saturday afternoon and everybody being a bit out of gas.on a different note, a talk which was unexpectedly engaging for me was @adamzdanielle’s feat about writing ruby methods that are faster than ruby’s own. i found danielle’s talk to be insightful as well as entertaining and i think that having more women in the dev (ruby) community is as much a matter of introducing young women to the joys and sorrows of the trade - which was the topic of a different talk in the morning – as it is a matter of supporting the excellent work done by many lady coders out there.i had a great time at rubyday this year and i hope next year i will be able to attend again, meeting people who share the same love of clean code and that share thoughts and experiences for making it even better. by cecilian-stuff posted on friday, 2 december 2016 0 notes ∞ share read later save to instapaper read it later posted on wednesday, 30 november 2016 by matteorevels 0 notes ∞ share read later save to instapaper read it later how to create and customize a slider a few days ago i had to work as a frontend developer because i needed to create some html static pages for mobile devices. one requirement was to have a scrollable component that mimics a calendar interface.building a slider from scratch takes a long time for sure, so i decided to use swiper, an open-source slider compatible with most browsers and platforms.i chose swiper among many other candidates because it can be easily installed via bower, which is currently one of the most popular package manager tools.to install swiper launch:$ bower install swiperif you want to save new dependencies to your bower.json, run:$ bower install swiper -- savenow we need to include the generated css and js files in our website: this is the basic html structure of a swiper slider and we can start from it to build our own:

slide 1
slide 2
slide 3
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i replicated the structure of the sliders within my html file, adapting it to my needs:the next step is to initialize the slider and its behaviour via javascript: var myswiper = new swiper ('.swiper-container', { pagination: '.swiper-pagination', slidesperview: 2, centeredslides: true, paginationclickable: true, spacebetween: 0, initialslide: 0 }) the last step is to add some styles to the slider in order to make it more usable and nicer. i wrote some sass styles which will be compiled by gulp in standard css. to stylize the main div that contains all the slides, i added the following styles:// configure slider .full-page padding: 0 .swiper-container height: auto width: 100% .swiper-slide text-align: center background: #fff width: 60% // center slide text vertically display: -webkit-box display: -ms-flexbox display: -webkit-flex display: flex -webkit-box-pack: center -ms-flex-pack: center -webkit-justify-content: center justify-content: center -webkit-box-align: center -ms-flex-align: center -webkit-align-items: center align-items: center .list-group width: 100% .calendar margin-top: 20px text-align: centerthese are the styles for the left fixed sidebar:// fixed left side-bar .time-side-bar width: 25% display: block position: absolute z-index: 2 margin-top: 20px color: grayin order to customize the presentation of the active element of the slider i used mostly the “swiper-slider-active” class. this class is added automatically by the library on the selected slide:// active element .swiper-slide-active .list-group .list-group-item background: rgba(3, 169, 244, 0.21) .list-group-item border-radius: 0 border: 0 border-bottom: 1px solid #d4d4d4 margin-bottom: 0a .list-group-item:hover color: #03a9f4 background-color: #fff .list-group-item.disabled background: #fff .swiper-slide-active .list-group .list-group-item:first-child background: #03a9f4 .swiper-slide-active .list-group .list-group-item:nth-child(2) padding-top: 20px // list first element (header) .list-group .list-group-item:first-child height: 45px background: #bfbfbf color: #fff border-bottom: 0 font-size: 15px // arrow for active element .arrow-down position: absolute width: 0 height: 0 border-left: 93px solid transparent border-right: 93px solid transparent border-top: 10px solid #03a9f4 this is the final result:in my opinion swiper has proved to be an extremely versatile and powerful tool. it provides a long list of available parameters that make easier to achieve different goals. moreover, there are many available demos from which you can get some ideas and realize that the customization possibilities are endless.just go to this link and take what you need to start building your slider. by matteorevels posted on wednesday, 30 november 2016 0 notes ∞ share read later save to instapaper read it later posted on monday, 14 november 2016 by somebodyalreadygotmyname 0 notes ∞ share read later save to instapaper read it later rails subdomains with pow, capybara and travis ci adding subdomains to a rails application is an easy task today, but things can get a little trickier when testing is involved.for starters, you may only need to handle subdomains at the routing level, which is quite easy. but after the easy step some troubles may be awaiting for you. in our example we want to add an “admin” subdomain to a brand new app. we edit the file routes.rb as follows and we’re basically done: # myappname/config/routes.rb rails.application.routes.draw do constraints subdomain: 'admin' do root to: 'admin#index', as: 'admin_root' # will match http://admin.myappname.dev/ end end of course, to make the thing actually work you also need an admincontroller with an index template.want to see the page in the browser? you can’t yet. if you start the server and go to admin.localhost:3000 you will only be able to see the default rails page. you have a few options in order to make this work, let’s discuss them one by onelvh.mejust visit http://admin.lvh.me:3000/ and you’ll see the admin page. it works because lvh.me is an external website that points to localhost/127.0.0.1. this solution is ok as long as you have an internet connection and you are willing to pay the time overhead of the necessary dns search plus redirect.edit /etc/hostsin order to avoid hitting an external website the easiest solution is to add to your /etc/hosts file an entry like this: 127.0.0.1 myappname.dev 127.0.0.1 admin.myappname.dev and your app will be available at http://admin.myappname.dev:3000. drawbacks are you need an entry for every single subdomain of each application and you need to manually edit/keep updated the file.pow the most flexible solution is to use pow or equivalents (if you’re on linux you can use prax). for increased ease of use you can manage pow with the gem powder. if you hacked the /etc/hosts file you should revert the changes before continuing. now that pow has taken control of your computer (!) if you visit http://myappname.dev (no port required, defaults to 80) you will see pow page with the instructions. just follow them (you’re just a symlink away) and you’re done. testing subdomains with capybaraif good coders always test their code, then we’re no exception. you may want to write integration tests for your admin page, so the names rspec and capybara should be ‘nuff said. i’m assuming you already configured rspec and capybara in this app.racktest webdriveri’m going to use a single spec to test the admin page, which will evolve through various steps according to increasing requirements.let’s add a very basic spec that uses capybara’s default driver, rack_test, which is the fastest/easiest to work with: # myappname/spec/features/admin_page_spec.rb require 'rails_helper' describe 'the admin page' do it 'can be seen' do visit admin_root_path expect(page).to have_content 'admin#index' end end the spec won’t pass. you need to add as first line of the test the follwing code:capybara.default_host = 'http://admin.myappname-test.dev'where myappname-test can actually be any name you want. running specs again should result in a green message.selenium webdriveri’m assuming you have already configured rspec/capybara to use selenium in the app. to trigger selenium in the previous spec we only need to add :js to the it description: # myappname/spec/features/admin_page_spec.rb require 'rails_helper' describe 'the admin page', :js do it 'can be seen' do capybara.default_host = 'http://admin.myappname-test.dev' visit admin_root_path expect(page).to have_content 'admin#index' end end after the change the spec doesn’t pass anymore. we need to add some more configuration: # myappname/spec/features/admin_page_spec.rb require 'rails_helper' describe 'the admin page', :js do it 'can be seen' do capybara.server_port = 3030 capybara.default_host = 'http://myappname-test.dev' capybara.app_host = 'http://admin.myappname-test.dev' visit admin_root_path expect(page).to have_content 'admin#index' end end but we’re not done yet. we also need to add some more configuration for pow. let’s create a new file in ~/.pow named myappname-test that contains the text 3030: cd ~/.pow && echo "3030" > myappname-testat this point rake spec should run without errors. travis integrationhere at mikamai we use travis for continuous integration, so the final step before calling a day it’s to push the code and see if the specs pass on the ci server as well. first, the project must be configured to allow selenium to work on travis. this link explains the basics. you probably just need to add this to your .travis.yml file: # myappname/.travis.yml before_script: - "export display=:99.0" - "sh -e /etc/init.d/xvfb start" - sleep 3 # give xvfb some time to start at this point we need to instruct travis to use subdomains by adding the following configuration to the .travis.yml file: # myappname/.travis.yml addons: hosts: - admin.myappname-test.dev - myappname-test.dev again, let’s also add some further configuration to our rspec test to make it pass on travis: # myappname/spec/features/admin_page_spec.rb require 'rails_helper' describe 'the admin page', :js do it 'can be seen' do capybara.server_port = 3030 unless env['ci'] # don't use port 3030 on travis capybara.always_include_port = true # for travis capybara.default_host = 'http://myappname-test.dev' capybara.app_host = 'http://admin.myappname-test.dev' # to change the subdomain visit admin_root_path # this route is under under "admin" subdomain expect(page).to have_content 'admin#index' end end now, when you push your code to travis you should be rewarded with a green outcome… job done!of course there is one more step that should be done: move the capybara port/domains initialization into rspec configuration: # rspec/rails_helper.rb rspec.configure do |config| capybara.server_port = 3030 unless env['ci'] # don't use port 3030 on travis capybara.always_include_port = true # for travis capybara.default_host = 'http://myappname-test.dev' end by somebodyalreadygotmyname posted on monday, 14 november 2016 0 notes ∞ share read later save to instapaper read it later posted on tuesday, 8 november 2016 by diomedet 0 notes ∞ share read later save to instapaper read it later flask and python-saml on amazon elastic beanstalk in the past weeks i have worked on something different than usual, a python project. this project was started a couple a years ago with flask and i need to make some improvements.back in the days i used to work with django, so it wasn’t difficult getting familiar with flask. the major problem was to get python-saml work on amazon elastic benstalk correctly and after a lot of googling i managed to get all the pieces work togheter, but i couldn’t find a solution with all the information in one place, so i decided to write this post.i assume you have a basic knoweldge of how aws eb works :das the time i’m writing the platform in use on my aws eb instances is 64bit amazon linux 2016.03 v2.1.6 running python 2.7 and we are serving our website with apache and mod_wsgifirst of all, why do we want to use python-saml?i need to implement onelogin for a secure login system. nothing complex from the code point of view, you can follow the various examples that you find in the official repo.the hardest part is to get all the required libraries installed and working on the machine. let’s start with the library we can install from the default yum repository available on aws eb.i have a file 00-depedendecies.config under the folder .ebextensions where i put all the extra libraries i need to install:packages: yum: ... libxml2-devel: [] libtool-ltdl-devel: [] libgcrypt-devel: [] libgpg-error-devel: [] libxslt-devel: [] and this is the first step, but are still missing xmlsec1, to install this library we have to rely on the rpm packages from the fedora repositories.let’s create another file 01-xmlsec.config always under our .ebextensions directory:packages: rpm: xmlsec1: https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/packages/xmlsec1/1.2.19/6.fc22/x86_64/xmlsec1-1.2.19-6.fc22.x86_64.rpm xmlsec1-devel: https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/packages/xmlsec1/1.2.19/6.fc22/x86_64/xmlsec1-devel-1.2.19-6.fc22.x86_64.rpm xmlsec1-openssl: https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/packages/xmlsec1/1.2.19/6.fc22/x86_64/xmlsec1-openssl-1.2.19-6.fc22.x86_64.rpm xmlsec1-openssl-devel: https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/packages/xmlsec1/1.2.19/6.fc22/x86_64/xmlsec1-openssl-devel-1.2.19-6.fc22.x86_64.rpmgreat, now we have all the libraries we need to work with python-saml only it doesn’t work. when we try this import import dm.xmlsec.binding in a python console we receive a funny error:segmentation fault.after some research i ended on this issue and added a command to patch the /usr/bin/xmlsec1-config file, and now our 01-xmlsec.config looks like:packages: rpm: xmlsec1: https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/packages/xmlsec1/1.2.19/6.fc22/x86_64/xmlsec1-1.2.19-6.fc22.x86_64.rpm xmlsec1-devel: https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/packages/xmlsec1/1.2.19/6.fc22/x86_64/xmlsec1-devel-1.2.19-6.fc22.x86_64.rpm xmlsec1-openssl: https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/packages/xmlsec1/1.2.19/6.fc22/x86_64/xmlsec1-openssl-1.2.19-6.fc22.x86_64.rpm xmlsec1-openssl-devel: https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/packages/xmlsec1/1.2.19/6.fc22/x86_64/xmlsec1-openssl-devel-1.2.19-6.fc22.x86_64.rpm commands: 01_patch_xmlsec_config: command: "sed -i 's/libltdl=1 -i/libltdl=1 -dxmlsec_no_size_t -i/' /usr/bin/xmlsec1-config"at this point our app is ready to talk with onelogin, but if we try to login it responds with a 504 timeout and in the logs we can see script timed out before returning headers.googling the error message points us to the right solution, wsgiapplicationgroup:the last step to get all to work is to add a configuration for mod_wsgi and to do this we need a third file under the .ebextensions directory.02-custom_httpd_conf.configfiles: "/etc/httpd/conf.d/wsgi_custom.conf": mode: "000644" owner: root group: root content: | wsgiapplicationgroup %{global}with these lines we are creating a new file /etc/http/conf.d/wsgi_custom.conf with wsgiapplicationgroup %{global} and thanks to the default aws eb httpd.conf all files under /etc/httpd/conf.d/ are included by default.if you want more specific information why we need this configuration you can read the mod_wsgi documentation from the link above. tl;dr: we use a third party c extension module and we need this configuration to get all work.and now we are done! everything works fine and no more 504 erorrs are raised.i hope you have found the post useful.bye, see you next time! by diomedet posted on tuesday, 8 november 2016 0 notes ∞ share read later save to instapaper read it later load more posts site authors o'rlmente untitled your spirit is your sword gio.log diomedet eliæ senza titolo supsup senza titolo untitled senza titolo senza titolo iusedtobe jeko jeko.net untitled senza titolo senza titolo senza titolo senza titolo 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