Docker is an ever-increasing part of the technological landscape. Container technology is not just critical to understand for app deployment, but it is increasingly being used as part of the app development environment.
Note that this section requires both Docker and the Docker extension for VS Code to be installed. The extension is included in the VS Code Can Do That extension pack.
In this section, you'll learn about Docker. You'll learn how VS Code provides an interface to Docker, and how you can leverage that to make working with containers a snap.
Open the "exercise-5-docker" folder with VS Code. Make sure you are in the cloned repo and then...
It will warn you that there is a workspace file and ask if you would like to open it. Make sure you select "Open Workspace".