A few years ago, I wrote a post about using Docker containers to build a web app in Rails.
Since then, the Docker community has grown and matured, and I’ve seen a number of different tools available.
Docker has had a big impact on my day-to-day development workflow and has helped me get more done with Rails.
Docker containers have helped me reduce the time I spend building applications with a single, large Rails application.
But while Docker containers are great for building mobile apps, they are not as great for developing web applications.
Let’s take a look at why that is.
The biggest misconception is that Docker containers provide a better way to write apps.
In reality, Docker containers can only help you to write a smaller application.
In order to create a smaller app, you have to build the application in a different container.
In a Docker container, you need to do something similar to the following: Create a new Rails application with the latest Docker version (e.g. 5.0.1 or newer).
Create a Rails application using a container (e for a Rails app).
If you use a container with Rails 5.1.1, you can create a Rails 5 application using an old version of Docker.