Hey guys, I just released Lazydocker, a terminal GUI for docker that you can use to speed up your local development!
Let me know what you think!
19 thoughts on “Introducing Lazydocker, a terminal GUI for docker!”
I have not tried it yet but I fucking love that people are making terminal apps these days. So, thank you for that, at least.
Fantastic, will surely give it a go. Used portainer before but i sure love a terminal app.
This looks very good. Thanks for creating and sharing.
HAHAHAH excellent work. I will definately have to try it.
I grew up on terminal apps.
I’m not in a position to try this out right now, but this looks AMAZING! I’ll definitely be trying it later and throw it a star. Thanks for developing this!
hey not bad, not bad at all! finally, a docker GUI that is actually useful, not like those GUI that exists only for you to search Docker Hub and deploy a container. I’m looking at you, Kitematic.
Can I ask how did you come up with this idea and how did you code it? The GUI component that you used is really robust, it looked like ncurses to me but I’mn not sure. Does Golang has terminal bindings that can do this? 😮
Looks like a lazygit, but for docker. I’ll give it a few moments.
Does it work with Podman too?
This looks really cool. I immediately tried it out. It is espacially cool that you show detailed information on the images installed. Like sizes for the different layers etc. That’s awesome. I haven’t seen something like that before. Thanks for sharing and keep on going! 🙂
Looks like an improved version of ctop to me. Will definetly check it out tormorrow
Looks awesome, will definitely try this first thing Monday morning! May even install it on some of our dev servers!
As a side note, is there a GUI framework like this for NodeJS?
can we run it via docker run?
same like you do for docui
$ docker run –rm -itv /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock skanehira/docui
what a beautiful interface – thanks!
Using lazydocker for a while now and I fucking loving it.
Thanks for making this brilliant thing.
I read it as “Ladydocker” at first and had to check the sub.
EDIT: This looks badass and I echo another commenter’s love of the resurgence of command-line applications.
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Would it be possible to have a Scratch based container for the tool or does it require Git and xdg-utils to work as it is in current Dockerfile?
I’m about to do a fork and add ARM support too for the Docker image 🙂
Is there a volume I need to mount bind for log viewing to work when running from a container?