In this article, we’re going to run a simple Go Web application using docker. I’ll assume that you have some familiarity with docker and that you have docker installed and running. If not, visit this link to get set up. I’ll also assume that you have Go installed on your local machine. If you don’t you can visit this link to get Go downloaded and installed.

Part 1: Setting up the Go Web App

First, let’s build a simple Go web app and get it running locally without using docker. Make a new directory for this project and navigate to it in your terminal, then create a new…


In this article, we’re going to run a simple python application on a flask web-server using docker. I’ll assume that you have some familiarity with docker and that you have docker installed and running. If not, visit this link to get set up. I’ll also assume that you have python3 installed on your local machine. If you don’t you can visit this link to get python3 downloaded and installed

Part 1: Setting up the flask app

First, let’s build a simple flask app and get it running locally without using docker. Make a new directory for this project and navigate to it in your terminal, then create…


In this article, we’re going to run a simple node application using docker. I’ll assume that you have some familiarity with docker and that you have docker installed and running. If not, visit https://www.docker.com/ to get set up.

Part 1: Setting up the node.js app

First, let’s build a simple node app and get it running locally without using docker. Make a new directory for this project and navigate to it in your terminal, then enter the following command:

npm init -y

This will create a file called package.json

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