In the previous post I gave a quick introduction to DnsControl, what it does and how it works. In this post, I’ll show you how to continuously deploy your changes to Google Cloud DNS using CircleCI.
Managing DNS records has always been a bit of a hassle for me. Most DNS providers have some sort of web gui where you have to manually fiddle in all records manually. Besides the fact that this is really tedious, this is quite error-prone. Humans are horrible at doing manual work! So let’s automate this!
I often struggle when working with Git Submodules, so here’s a quick primer with all the important information you need!
A quick tutorial on the Crontab scheduling syntax
A quick guide on how to generate a self-signed SSL certificate using the Java keytool and how to configure it in Tomcat.
Use dnsmasq to resolve a wildcard domain on Linux
How to delete a remote branch in GIT
So you got a letter from the “Domain Renewal Group” regarding one of your domains? You have no idea who they are?
Or how to let Travis-CI merge into master if the build is successful.