Dockerizing a Ruby on Rails Application

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  • dip

    Development-environment CLI program providing the native-like interaction with a Dockerized application.

    And then also add dip to get rid of these lengthy docker compose run prefixes from the every command typed in your console.

  • docker-rails-example

    A production ready example Rails app that's using Docker and Docker Compose.

    I would do a lot of things differently nowadays and currently maintain which includes the latest way of how I run Rails in Docker. There's also which goes over most of those patterns from a talk at DockerCon.

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