Want to upgrade your skills to meet real world techonology? LearningApp for Docker could help you a little on the way..
Docker, contrary to what its logo depicts, is not a maritime whale job agency, but it is a container technology that allows you to easily package and deploy your applications in a fast, secure and efficient manner.
Docker wraps up an application with all the necessary libraries and dependencies it needs to run into a neat self contained object known as a container. Containers can be thought of as lightweight virtual machines that are faster and better than traditional VMs; sorry VMware, the truth hurts.
Learn about basics, containers/images, building and testing, and real world use cases in a untraditional and funny way.
Share your results on Facebook or on a mail to your boss. When finishing a chapter you can share a diploma to let everybody know that you got some new skills. Update your CV, and get more $$ if you are changing job.
A quick overview of all chapters. 0,99$ to unlock one of them, both rockstars and monkeys would spend 2,99$ to unlock all 12 chapters.
The first chapters is "Introduction" and is free :)
Learn how to "Creating Your First Dockerized App"
What is a Docker "Container", and how to use them.
"Docker Networking" is all about networking. Do you need a Docker without networking? No... you don`t.
How to move data from one to oneother in "Shared and Persistent Data".
"Modifying Containers and Images" no need to explain this.
Its time to get your hands dirty when "Building Your Own Docker Images".
"Containers Working Together" interaction on a higher level.
Test, check, test, check, whooot debug, test with "Testing and Debugging Docker".
Important to "Securing Docker" when going live.
How others use Docker in "Docker Real World Use Cases".
Some cool "Gui Tools".
Ratings and Reviews
Horrible. Just horrible.
The content is horrible. The app is fine, it does what you expect. But the author has chosen to provide barely any explanation of a Docker feature and then expects you to type in a Docker command free text and get it right. Seriously these commands can be written in somewhat different ways. I think if the content were written for multiple choice, or at least an explanation of why my answer is wrong, I could learn from my mistakes. We only learn when we make a mistake! You don't tell me why what I wrote was wrong. I am learning Docker elsewhere so this app was just a cute idea. Then not so cute.
Frequently misspelled words, incorrect terms are used (-d means “detach”, not “daemon” - and by the way, you don’t “deamonize” in Unix, you “daemonize”), quiz answers are marked incorrect if the options aren’t provided in expected order (-i -t, -t -i, -it, and -ti are all the same for docker).
Good grief, spell check your work and have it proof read.
No reason this app needs my photo
There is no reason that an app like this should require a photo to check it out
- DMZ Data AS
- 15.2 MB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © DMZ
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock full version $2.99
- Chapter 2 $0.99
- Chapter 4 $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.