docker-web-framework-examples - Example apps that demonstate how to use Docker with your favorite web frameworks

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Yes, but a lot of those tutorials are outdated and there's no quality control. Some might be great, but others may contain questionable decisions. This repo will attempt to stay on the bleeding edge for both Docker and web framework versions, and since it's open source, we can all contribute our best practices together. Each framework and language has their own folder. As time goes on, more examples will be added.

https://github.com/nickjj/docker-web-framework-examples

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