Posts by: Aanand Prasad

Aanand Prasad

During the DockerCon 2016 keynote, I demonstrated a development workflow with Docker for Mac, going from a fresh laptop to a running app in no time. The especially cool part was when I live-debugged a Node.js app running inside a container from my IDE, despite having no Node.js runtime installed on my laptop. Here I’m going to show you how to do it yourself. Here’s what you’ll need: Docker: I recommend Docker for Mac or Windows, which are in public beta. An IDE which supports Node.js remote debugging: I used Visual Studio Code. A Node.js application: I’ll create a simple one…

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Aanand Prasad

In the previous version of Docker Engine we added a completely new system for managing networks and volumes, and we’re pleased to announce full support for these features in Docker Compose. Compose files used to describe just one thing: the services that make up your distributed application. We’ve now added networks and volumes to the mix, allowing you to describe much more complex applications. You can set up your app on your development machine with multiple network tiers and complex storage configurations, replicating how you might set it up in production. You can then take that same configuration from development,…

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Aanand Prasad

Today at DockerCon EU 2015, I ran through a demo of running and developing an app from a fresh computer using Docker Toolbox and Compose. This was to show how easy it is for new developers to get started when you run your development environments with Docker.

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