Running using Docker Compose is pretty straight forward once Docker is setup on the current machine.
With several tutorials about Docker like here:
Why use Containers?
– Faster Development for Starter and Developers
– Bundled Apps to one Image
– Uniform Server Image and configuration files.
Productivity in testing and development
Fast delivery of new codes bundled.
We have compiled our own starter file Docker and Docker Compose here. And hopefully to add more.
But first make sure you have Docker and Docker Compose running. Currently we are using:
`$ docker -v ; docker-compose -v`
Docker version 17.03.2-ce, build f5ec1e2
docker-compose version 1.23.2, build 1110ad01
And when you are up into a new project, for sure, there is a Docker image available for you to use, or probably you can build one too.
Start Dockerizng. Need Help?