In just 3 simple steps, you can use Kool to start a new NestJS application running in a local Docker development environment.Continue reading
More and more, we find ourselves working with Docker containers in the context of microservice architectures comprising multiple, loosely-coupled applications and services, and/or projects made up of two or more distinct apps running side-by-side talking to each other via APIs. As developers who work on these types of projects know all too well, setting up your local development environment to run multiple Docker applications at the same time can be a real hassle. Developing each app on its own is a breeze using Kool and Docker Compose. However, when you need to run multiple apps at the same time, configuring the routing and intercommunication between different containers can be challenging.Continue reading
In just 3 simple steps, you can use Kool CLI’s
kool create command to start a new Laravel application running in a local Docker environment. Kool is an open source dev tool that makes using Docker for local development a lot easier.
Before you start, if you haven’t done so already, you need to install Docker and Kool CLI.Continue reading