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Faster builds in Docker Compose 1.25.1 thanks to BuildKit Support

One of the most requested features for the docker-compose tool is definitely support for building using Buildkit which is an alternative builder with great capabilities, like caching, concurrency and ability to use custom BuildKit front-ends…
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Docker Desktop release 2.2 is here!

We are excited to announce that we released a new Docker Desktop version today! Thanks to the user feedback on the new features initially released in the Edge channel, we are now ready to publish them into Stable. Before getting to each…
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Capturing Logs in Docker Desktop

Docker Desktop runs a Virtual Machine to host Docker containers. Each component within the VM (including the Docker engine itself) runs as a separate isolated container. This extra layer of isolation introduces an interesting new problem: how…
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MuleSoft’s online migration on DynamoDB

Database schema migration is often an intimidating concept for many software engineers. In an ideal world, developers start with the perfect database schema that can scale to handle millions of requests to their service. But there can be times…
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Deep Dive Into the New Docker Desktop filesharing Implementation Using FUSE

The latest Edge release of Docker Desktop for Windows 2.1.7.0 has a completely new filesharing system using FUSE instead of Samba. The initial blog post we released presents the performance improvements of this new implementation and explains…
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New Filesharing Implementation in Docker Desktop Windows Improves Developer Inner Loop UX

Photo by Helloquence on Unsplash A common developer workflow when using frameworks like Symfony or React is to edit the source code using a Windows IDE while running the app itself in a Docker container. The source is shared…
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Get Ready for the Tech Preview of Docker Desktop for WSL 2

Today at OSCON, Scott Hanselman, Kayla Cinnamon, and Yosef Durr of Microsoft demonstrated some of the new capabilities coming with Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) 2, including how it will be integrated with Docker Desktop. As part of this…
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HowTo: Using flow designer to check feature flags and user profiles – Part 4

This blog is the fourth and final part in a 4-part series on how to use a Slack bot to extract LaunchDarkly data. If you haven’t already, check out part one, part two, and part three of the series before pursuing the final steps of this…
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Join the Beta for Docker Engine 18.09

A few weeks back, we announced changes to extend the maintenance lifecycle for Docker Engine – Community (CE). As part of these changes, we’re having a beta testing period to deliver a higher-quality engine to the market. We’d…
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HowTo: Using flow designer to check feature flags and user profiles – Part 2

This demo demonstrates how to get use Anypoint Design Center’s flow designer to extract LaunchDarkly data (feature flags) using a Slack bot. The purpose of this demo is to provide a quick and efficient method to retrieve user profiles,…