How do you script a Dockerfile?

A Dockerfile is a file of same name with no extension. It typically contains three parts or steps in which a container shall be built.

  1. Specify a base Image
  2. Instructions on how to build and deploy the application onto the base Image
  3. A Startup command to specify how the container should behave once started

Docker Posted May 17, 2020

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