In a previous post we already covered how to set up a local Postgres environment for development with vagrant. In this post we will use Docker to achieve the same.
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In this blog post, you will learn how to create simple seed data for your Yesod application. Such seed data can be useful during development or if you plan to run your tests against test data.
Adding, modifying and removing records in a database (like Postgres) is a very common use case. Usually we perform single actions to a single record. In this tutorial we would like to show how to perform a set of actions in one transaction, so all of them are applied or none in a case of failure.
Postgres is a fantastic database, even in times of any hyped NoSQL solutions. At Ersocon we often use Postgres as our core database and extend applications according to new needs. In this tutorial we will cover how to easily set up a Postgres database for development with Vagrant.