Docker is a tool that allows you to develop software faster, more reliably, and with less fuss! Backed by the likes of Red Hat, Microsoft, and VMWare, this is one of the fastest-adopted technologies ever seen, and it can help you work more effectively.
Docker for Web Developers will take you on a journey from a Docker novice to master. With the aid of step-by-step videos, you will use Docker to win at 2048, contribute to a real web development project in minutes, and learn the tricky art of container orchestration. By the end of this course, you'll be ready for anything Docker can throw at you!
This course puts you in the position of an engineer who knows nothing about Docker but needs to learn it fast. With realistic examples, you will work and play with Docker and get progressively experienced as the course advances.
Throughout this course we will cover a lot of ground, including building your own images, using the Docker Hub workflow to turbocharge development, sharing your work with others, running your work in production environments, and ensuring that everything works smoothly.
By the end of this course, you will have all the tools you need to make Docker useful for you and your business, and you will learn how you can leverage Docker in a web development workflow.
Build a Docker image using Dockerfiles
Find and use an image by exploring the Docker community
Master the docker command to manage your images and containers
Play as well as win at a game of 2048!
Apply docker functionalities to save the state of your environment
Upload images to the Docker Hub to share your 2048 success results
Automate your builds using the Docker Hub workflow
Orchestrate multiple containers using Fig
Docker for Web Developers is for anyone who works in software development and is familiar with the Linux command line.
Who is this course intended for?
Docker for Web Developers is for anyone who works in software development and is familiar with the Linux command line. Throughout the video course, you will be involved in the development process in some way, and will understand the basic web concepts such as URLs and ports. At the end of the course, you will be comfortable setting up accounts for common web services such as GitHub, and be familiar with central source control concepts.