So, how can we write ES6 ?
Luckily, we have transpilers. They allow us to transpile ( a term for compiling from a language to the same language but a different version ) ES6 code to ES5. In this post, we’ll see how to write a cross platform ( UMD ) module in ES6 and compile to ES5 using webpack and babel.
The first Progressive Web App dev summit happened in Amsterdam last week. I got a chance to attend the event and meet a lot of new people. All the sessions were nice, and I was so amazed to see the different browser vendors working together to push the web forward.
Today I shared the highlights of all the sessions and code labs happened at the dev summit to the team. It’s a very high-level overview of the whole event and the future of Progressive Web Apps. You can find my slides here:
The ownership of the files in the container is exactly same as the host. The user inside the container as full rights to the files. With this access, the user can even delete the files which will delete the files in the host as well. This is the problem!
Running the same code with Docker 1.10, adding the new option --userns-remap=default to the deamon, this results to: