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In this month’s release of GitLab 10.2 we’ve added capabilities to improve planning, reliability, deployment, and so much more.

If you’re like me, GitLab issues are water. Essential for life, but huge volumes make you drown.

Getting a view of only the issues you care about for a particular context is crucial to being effective, especially in shared views with teams. Previously, GitLab let you use filters to show a set of issues tied to a particular milestone or label in an issue board, but that was only temporary. Your workflow may have depended on bookmarking a board URL and sharing it with team members as a workaround.

Today, with Configurable Issue Boards you can now save the scope itself (milestone, labels, assignee and weight) to a board, ensuring that every team member sees exactly the same issues.

Teams are increasingly distributed across larger geographical areas. This is one reason why Git is so popular, Git is distributed by nature – your local Git repository has a copy of every commit, file, and branch in the history of the project. Once the history is downloaded, development is fast!

But if you only have one physical instance, it may be located far away from your distributed teams. The latency caused by this distance can significantly slow fetch operations when large quantities of small files are being downloaded. Today, we're excited to share that GitLab Geo has been released into General Availability . GitLab Geo allows you to run read-only replicas of GitLab, including the GitLab interface, close to your distributed teams.

GitLab’s single application architecture gives you one unified data store across your issue tracking, source code repository, CI/CD, and monitoring. This unified approach enables additional insights, a better user experience, and greater efficiencies throughout your development organization.

With GitLab at the core of many software engineering groups, it's important however to ensure it is running at peak performance, no matter the time of day. Today we’re proud to announce that PostgreSQL High Availability is now Generally Available , making it easy to set up and run a Postgres cluster for GitLab. With a simple Omnibus-based installation and automatic failover, your developers can work without disruption.

In a nutshell:

With each release, we are making the GitLab Kubernetes experience even better. Last month, we made it easy to spin up new Kubernetes clusters with a few clicks. But once you have a new cluster ready, you need to set up additional services such as an external access controller. In this month’s release, we’re removing that time sink from your schedule by adding one-click installs for Tiller and Ingress . Be on the lookout next month for multi-cluster deployments. We aim to make each iterative step a value-packed ship in and of itself.

Environment variable-based secret:

In the example above, DC/OS stores the secret under the environment variable "MY_SECRET" . Observe how the "env" and "secrets" objects are used to define environment variable-based secrets.

File-based secret:

In the example above, the secret will have the filename path and will be available in the task’s sandbox ( $MESOS_SANDBOX/path ).

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Click REVIEW RUN .

REVIEW RUN

Click RUN SERVICE .

RUN SERVICE

Click the group name of your service, i.e., developer .

developer

Click the name of your service.

Click the name of its task.

Scroll through the Details tab to locate your DCOS_SECRETS_DIRECTIVE .

Details

Log into the CLI as a user with the necessary permissions via dcos auth login . Refer to About configuring services and pods to use secrets to discover the required permissions.

Within a text editor, create an application definition for your Marathon service. The following application definition creates a new service inside of the developer group and references a secret stored inside a developer path.

Because the service group and the secret paths match, the service will be able to access the secret. See Spaces for more details about the paths.

Save the file with a descriptive name, such as myservice.json .

Add the service to DC/OS via the DC/OS CLI.

Alternatively, use the Marathon API to deploy the app as shown below.

Open the DC/OS GUI.

Log into the CLI as a user with the necessary permissions via dcos auth login . Refer to About configuring services and pods to use secrets for more information about the permissions.

Within a text editor, create an application definition for your pod. You can add the secret using the "environment" and "secrets" objects as shown below. The following simple application defines a new service inside of the developer group and references a secret stored inside a developer path. It stores the secret under the environment variable "MY_SECRET" .

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Save the file with a descriptive name, such as mypod.json .

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Enabling in is not as hard at it firstappears.

I wrote this tutorial because I found it surprisingly hard to learn from the official overview and documentation. Hopefully, you find this example-driven tutorial helpful.

note : When I started this tutorial (days ago), was v2.6.0. Today it is I left the project with as I could not get the example to work in (my guess is that the documentation had not caught up to the new version). I assume that the broad concepts are the same in the new version.

The full working example is available for download .

HTML5 Drag and Drop

It is helpful to first understand that modern browsers (including ) already support . As you can see from example code , it is fairly simple:

The browser itself takes care of creating and moving the dragable image.

React Drag and Drop

The library, provides a -friendly layer on top of (when using the complimentary library

In much the same way as with you:

The Example

The key features of the working example are:

Setup

Having installed the libraries, and , you begin by wrapping a top-level component with the higher order component (HOC); simply initializes the library on it and its descendants.

The wrapped component is a plain stateful component; providing a state consisting of (an array of drops consisting of the and properties), a function, that adds to and renders the sources, targets, and a listing of drops.

Sources and targets are tagged with strings that enables one to determine which sources can be dropped on which targets; in this example there is only one such string and thus all sources can be dropped on all targets.

Target

The first part of creating the target components is to create a stateless functional component () supplied with the following properties:

The second part (in the same file in this example) wraps the component with a HOC returned from ; the parameters of which are:

Source

Likewise, the first part of creating the source components is to create a stateless functional component () supplied with the following properties:

The second part (in the same file in this example) wraps the component with a HOC returned from ; the parameters of which are:

Conclusion

That is it; we have illustrated all the key parts of implementing .

There are several additional features that one can implement, e.g., using in the target parameter to focus the attention on a target when the source is over it. But I will leave it for you to learn about them from the documentation .

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