January 5, 2019 Update

The holidays left me stuffed, and so busy that work became an afterthought. My friend also had some medical issues and I ended up being a driver for most of the month. I swear, driving takes a lot out of me, physically and mentally. There are only a couple updates this month.

Remove Docker’s Cached Intermediate Images

Sometimes, you need to blow away Docker’s cache because an external resource changed. This is a hack to do it by inserting a “no op”.

SEO Keyword Research for Docker

Google says that advertisers are paying $35 per click for ads on some Docker-related pages. They aren’t the pages I’m writing; not yet anyway.

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How to Add a REST API to an Existing Django Project

This is a note I wrote to myself about how to add Django REST Framework to an existing project. It’s in PDF format, for reading. I didn’t have the time to create a real tutorial that builds up the API, or produce a really useful API. The intention is just to outline what parts get defined and how they work together.

http://riceball.com/d/files/django%20rest%20api%20-%20adding%20to%20existing%20project_0.odt

http://riceball.com/d/files/django%20rest%20api%20-%20adding%20to%20existing%20project_0.pdf

WordPress Concepts and Parts for Beginners

(I’m helping a person on simbi.com learn about WordPress plugin development. Sometimes, an article will be produced to elaborate on a topic. This article explains WordPress concepts and components.)

WordPress isn’t just blogging or CMS software, it’s a framework for general website development. Like every framework, it comes with a huge library of objects that you’re supposed to use to create your applications. This article will describe many of these objects.
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