I am trying to come-up with a reusable template to quickly start new projects using my prefered tools and frameworks, and I’m happy with what I got. However, using Docker is quite new for me and I’ve probably done some weird or unconventional stuff in my docker-compose.yml or my Dockerfiles. I’d love to learn from people with more experience with Docker, so feel free to tell me everything that is wrong with my setup.

I’m more confident about the stuff I did with Python/Django and Nuxt, but all criticism is welcome. This also applies to the readme : I’d like to provide detailed instructions about working with this project template, so please report anything that is unclear or missing.

Thank you to anyone who takes the time to check it out and help me make this useful to as many people as possible.

  • Jason Novinger
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    33 months ago

    I haven’t had a chance to look yet, but I’m using a pretty similar stack at, although with React instead of Nuxt/Vue. I definitely love using Docker, at least as a dev platform, because of the way it evens the field across OS’s and makes it easy to onboard new contributors. Will definitely take a closer look when I get more time.

    Buuut … I do mod the [email protected] community, which you might be interested in checking out. There’s also the [email protected], which is also worth checking out.

    • @[email protected]OP
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      33 months ago

      Thanks for the suggestion, I cross-posted to these two communities.

      Regarding Docker, I actually made two compose files : one for quickly getting a dev env running, and another one for deploying to (pre-)production.