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Use Docker to Create a Node Development Environment

Leverage Docker images and containers to create an isolated Node development environment that runs a server.

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So this doesn’t work for me when I use docker-compose run, but does work when I use docker run. When using docker-compose I always get “Site can’t be reached”.

You have to use “–service-ports” with “docker-compose run …” Otherwise, the ports aren’t exposed and mapped. This post should be edited to reflect that fact.

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Yep that fixed it. Thanks!

Great catch! That was on oversight on my part. Thank you for helping out @unclejustin :grinning: I was out sick these past days.
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I will be updating the post right away :slight_smile:

Do you have any developers using Windows? Concurrent file access with host mounted volumes appears to be a problem experienced in Docker for Windows: https://github.com/docker/for-win/issues/969

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@jzamor Thank you for bringing up this concern! I am currently in the process of researching Docker in a Windows environment and also Windows Containers. I am waiting for a few resources to line up to be able to provision a native Windows OS :pray: Please stay tuned and thank you for reading :muscle: