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Slim down your binaries

· 3 min read
Daniel Ruf
Full Stack Developer

Internally we develop our own tools, that we use as CLI. To make it easier to distribute and use them, we create standalone binaries. But often the files are huge.

So let's see how we can make them smaller without losing any functionality.

Easily lint JSON files in CI

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· 3 min read
Daniel Ruf
Full Stack Developer

In a few projects, we sometimes had the problem, that invalid JSON files were provided by the customer and not checked for errors. To prevent this, we searched for the smallest possible solution.

GitLab CI Runner registration problem

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· 2 min read
Stephan Hochdörfer
Head of IT Business Operations

Yesterday, I was running into an issue while trying to register a new GitLab CI Runner with our self-hosted GitLab instance. While that worked fine about 2 weeks ago, it did not this time. The only difference is, that we recently upgraded to version 15.9.2 of GitLab.

CI setup for Sulu CMS

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· 4 min read
Stephan Hochdörfer
Head of IT Business Operations

We started developing a few Sulu based projects. In this blog post, I want to share how we have configured our GitLab CI build pipeline to validate, build, and deploy our Sulu projects.