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Docker Compose supports ENV variable substitution and overriding YML files. The config command lets you see the true values being run.
Part of being a developer includes setting up your computer so that you can develop the applications you want to write.
Docker is great at isolating processes, and they can either be long running processes (like a web server), or tasks that exit quickly.
Domain registrars have their pros and cons just like any service. Here's 5 main reasons why I chose NameSilo over everyone else.
Before Docker, it was common to use Virtualenv, RVM and other runtime versioning tools. Do we need them inside of Docker images?
Not backing up your files could lead to data loss in the future. Here's how to do offline backups with a few lines of Bash.
Docker gives us a way to isolate processes but when it comes to cron jobs, let's run them on the Docker host when possible.
Being able to select and paste more than 1 clipboard item at a time is a huge time saver. Here's a few apps for each major OS.
Docker CE is not officially supported on RHEL but if you're in a pinch, you can get the latest Docker CE installed on it.
You may have gotten cryptic errors when trying to use ENTRYPOINT scripts in your images while running Windows. Here's how to fix them.
There may come a time where you accidentally share your Docker login token for the Docker Hub. Changing your password will revoke it.
Learn how to access documentation from popular web frameworks and libraries straight from your favorite code editor.
Docker is a few years old now, and if you're dealing with older Docker projects, you may run into links. Here's what it is.
Someone recently asked me to define DevOps. This is one of those terms where everyone has a slightly different definition.
RUN lets you run commands but CMD also lets you run a command, so which one should you use, and when?
On December 31st I decided it might be fun to put together a last minute yearly recap post. A lot of this is from memory.
Once in a while you may want to connect a container to a database or service running on your Docker host. Here's how to do it.
Going Serverless has been taking off recently. There's conferences popping up and it sounds very compelling. Yay or nay?
It's finally time to deploy your app to production. There's a few Docker related tools to choose from, but will Compose work?
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