Learn how to take advantage of Nodemon in a Docker container, and as a bonus, how to re-start a Docker container and attach to the log output.
Learn how to start an application instance in a Docker container, with the Node.js debugger already attached so you can debug issues that occur when the application starts.
Learn how to attach a debugger to code that is already running inside of a container, maintaining the current application state and allowing you to find and fix bugs quickly.
In this episode, you’ll learn how to execute commands against your container, as if you were running the service directly on your computer.
Installing MongoDB into a Docker container is as easy as any other service. But how do you use existing MongoDB database files from your localhost, within your container? This episode will show you how to mount a local file system folder as a “volume” inside of a Docker container.
Installing RabbitMQ is not much different than installing any other service in Docker. However, developers often want to include the RabbitMQ Management web application along with the installation, and this does not come with the default “docker pull rabbitmq” installation. In this episode, then, you’ll see how to install RabbitMQ using a tagged version to […]