Docker 101: Basic Theory

  1. firstly, we create our image using a Dockerfile (it’s just a text file called “Dockerfile”)
  2. we build the image into a container using “docker build . ” (assuming we are located at the directory of the Dockerfile)
  3. from the terminal we locate our built container’s ID using “docker ps -all
  4. we use that ID to run the container using “docker run <container_id>
  5. and voila 🎉 we have a running container




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