Learn how to take advantage of a Docker container to run your favorite build and development tools.
Learn how to configure Visual Studio Code (or any other remote capable debugger) to debug Node.js in a Docker container.
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.
Learn how to edit code in a Docker container, using your favorite editor, plugins and other tools for working with the code in question, and have those changes immediately reflect in your container and on your local file system.
See what it takes to install a basic Express.js app into a Docker image and container, creating both a production and development version of the image.