While I was studying for my java SE 8 Programmer II exam, it popped into my mind:
“Let me make a small app to practice with some questions”
And so I did!
If you have idea’s for features to add, throw them in the comments!
Check out the app: here
Randomly you will get a Java or Quiz exam.
The exams only have three questions. And they’re always the same. Haha. Also, 90s style 🙂
Don’t bother. It’s still a poc.
It runs in a docker container:
FROM openjdk:8-jdk-alpine VOLUME /tmp COPY /target/java-exam-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar app.jar EXPOSE 8090 ENTRYPOINT ["java","-Djava.security.egd=file:/dev/./urandom","-jar","/app.jar"]
version: '3.3' services: quiz: image: nxtra/java-quiz ports: - 8090:8090
If you did not build the image yet use the following command to build and tag:
docker build -t $dockerubh_username/my_image .
If you already build the image, tag it with your username:
docker tag my_image $dockerhub_username/my_image
From the command line login to your docker hub account and provide username and password:
Push the image to your docker hub:
docker push $dockerhub_username/my_image
Login to your remote server. From the command line login to your docker hub account and pull the image:
docker login docker pull $dockerhub_username/my_image
The image is now available on your server. You can run it with ‘docker run …’or ‘docker-compose up’ (if docker-compose.yml is present)
As everything on this site the app runs in the cloud on an aws ec2-instance.
Cloned and extended from https://github.com/TheDIM47/online-exam-sample