We’re pleased to announce our partnership with the Microsoft Dev Box team to streamline developer onboarding, environment set-up, security, and administration with Docker Desktop.
Livecycle’s Docker Extension makes it easy to share your work in progress and collaborate with your team. We provide step-by-step instructions for getting started with the Livecycle Docker Extension.
Docker Desktop 4.25: Enhancements to Docker Desktop on Windows, Rosetta for Linux GA, and New Docker Scout Image Analysis Settings
The Docker Desktop 4.25 release supports the GA of Rosetta for Linux, a feature that furthers the speed and productivity that Docker Desktop brings. We’ve also optimized the installation experience on Windows and simplified Docker Scout image analysis settings in this latest Docker Desktop release.
JupyterLab is a web-based interactive development environment (IDE) that allows users to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations, and narrative text. It is the latest evolution of the popular Jupyter Notebook and offers several advantages over its predecessor. We provide an overview the JupyterLab architecture and explain how to start using JupyterLab as a Docker extension.
With the release of Docker Desktop 4.24, we announce the official General Availability of Docker Compose Watch and Resource Saver. Combined with our new enhancements to managing Docker Engine in Docker Desktop, these updates will help you be more efficient and make your software development experience more enjoyable.
Learn how running Microcks as a Docker extension enables developers to swiftly create, test, and iterate on APIs without leaving the Docker environment.
Docker is improving the visibility of Docker Desktop and Hub users’ personal access tokens. Specifically, we are changing how tokens are handled across sessions between the two tools. Learn more about this security improvement.
Docker’s Journey Toward Enabling Lightning-Fast Developer Innovation: Unveiling Performance Milestones
Learn about Docker’s focus on performance and walk through the milestones of the past 12 months, including 85x improvement in upload speed, 71% reduction in build time, and a 5,800% increase in streaming speed.
Docker Desktop 4.23: Updates to Docker Init, New Configuration Integrity Check, Quick Search Improvements, Performance Enhancements, and More
Docker Desktop 4.23 is now available and includes numerous enhancements, including ASP.NET support in Docker Init, Configuration Integrity Check to alert on any configuration changes that require attention, and cross-domain identity management. This release also improves Quick Search, allowing for searching across containers, apps, Docker Hub, Docs, and any volume, and performing quick actions (start/stop/delete). VirtioFS is now set to default to provide performance gains for Mac users. With the Docker Desktop 4.23 release, Mac users will also see increased network performance using traditional network connections.