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Opinionated thoughts on why you should build a process around keeping your development environment seeded with randomized data automatically.

When you embark on a new web application, you should consider building seeders for test data in your local and development environments. Maybe this is a concept that you already know and are familiar with. Maybe you have never used anything like this at all.


Creating feature deployments in Voyage for our Node, React, Postgres app.

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Creating feature deployments in Voyage for our Node, React, Postgres app.

I’m going to reference an example application called ShipFinder. This app consists of a Node.js API, Create React App Front-End, and Postgres database. This application is contained in a single monorepo. Voyage does allow multi-repo deployments but it does streamline the development process with a single repo. See multi-repo deploy docs.

Using Docker

If you are already using Docker within your project, you’re already a step ahead. Voyage runs docker…

Jaden Lemmon

I solve problems with valuable products and tools. In reality, no product is ever unique. It’s already been done. Success is created from execution not ideas.

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