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Docker image with uWSGI and Nginx for Flask web applications in Python 3.6, Python 3.5 and Python 2.7 running in a single container. Optionally using Alpine Linux. This Docker image allows you to create Flask web applications in Python that run with uWSGI and Nginx in a single container.
Docker4Drupal is a set of docker images optimized for Drupal. Use docker-compose.yml file from the latest stable release to spin up local environment on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. Full documentation is available at https://wodby.com/docs/stacks/drupal/local.
Basic Docker image to run Java applications. This image is based on AlpineLinux to keep the size down, yet smaller images do exist. Includes BASH, since many Java applications like to have convoluted BASH start-up scripts. All tags upgraded to alpine:3.4 Latest tags are based on alpine:3.7.
Docker4WordPress is a set of docker images optimized for WordPress. Use docker-compose.yml file from this repository to spin up a local environment for WordPress on Linux, macOS and Windows. Full documentation is available at https://wodby.com/docs/stacks/wordpress/local.
This image is based on Alpine Linux image, which is only a 5MB image, and contains glibc to enable proprietary projects compiled against glibc (e.g. OracleJDK, Anaconda) work on Alpine. This image includes some quirks to make glibc work side by side with musl libc (default in Alpine Linux). glibc packages for Alpine Linux are prepared by Sasha Gerrand and the releases are published in sgerrand/alpine-pkg-glibc github repo.
This project prepares a minimalist Docker image with FFmpeg. It compiles FFmpeg from sources following instructions from the Compilation Guide. You can install the latest build of this image by running docker pull jrottenberg/ffmpeg.
These directives are fine for a dev environment, however, if you want to use your own Tailwindcss or Alpinde.js setup, you can disable these assets from being loaded with the Laravel views directive. Once you have installed the package and included the assets you can start to create a basic table view.
This is a collection of Dockerfiles for generating Docker images for various software packages. This collection favors lean images built on top of Alpine Linux or Debian Linux distributions due to their small footprint. Alpine has a 5MB image while Debian has a 125MB image. Ubuntu Linux, which is one of the most popular base distributions for Docker images, has a 188MB image.
This image is based on Alpine Linux image, which is only a 5MB image, and contains Bash (Bourne Again SHell) with some useful tools (e.g., complete implementations of grep, sed, awk, bc, head, tail, and etc).
This image is based on Alpine Linux image, which is only a 5MB image, and contains Python 3.5 packaged by Continuum with Conda package manager. NOTE: Conda repositories contain only Glibc linked packaged binaries for Linux, so we have to use glibc workaround on Alpine.