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Setting up tooling for a basic React app is typically very hard to do and requires a lot of configuration. In this lesson, we will setup a new React project with Neutrino with zero configuration. Neutrino uses Webpack and Babel behind the scenes, so you still get great build technology, but without all the heavy lifting of needing to configure it.
Great improvements and optimizations can be made to the output of bundled code. Prepack provides the ability to optimize code at build-time, producing run-time optimizations. In this lesson, we will look at configuring Prepack to use Webpack with the Prepack Webpack Plugin so we can enjoy extremely concise and optimized build scripts within our Webpack project.
In this lesson we will cover how to build your own custom Docker image from scratch. We'll walk through the process of starting a Debian container, installing packages and working through configuration issues, as well as a strategy for building a Dockerfile.
Learn the benefits of running one-off, short-lived Docker containers. Short-Lived containers are useful to execute one-line commands or setup scheduled tasks. We'll demonstrate setting up a cronjob from the host machine to tap into the benefits of running automated, timed scripts with Docker.
In this lesson, we'll find out the basics of running Docker containers. We'll go over how to download images from Docker Hub, what happens when you stop containers, how to restart a container once it's been stopped, and also how to remove containers.
Learn how to setup an Nginx proxy server with Docker that sits in front of a Node.js app. You can use a proxy to control the flow of frontend requests hitting your app, as well as to achieve better performance and scalability. We'll create a sample Node.js app, configure a default Nginx configuration file for proxying web requests, build both Node.js and Nginx Docker images, and learn how to link everything up and get it running with Docker specifics.
Learn about the concepts of managing data within Docker volumes, including all of the commands to create and manage volumes. We'll demonstrate how to mount a Docker volume to one or many containers by creating and mounting a volume to an Nginx proxy, and then verify the output with curl. You'll also see how changes to files within volumes of one container propagate to other containers with the same volume mounted, and learn various commands to inspect Docker volumes.