Ruby on Whales: Dockerizing Ruby and Rails development

This post introduces a Docker configuration used for developing my Ruby on Rails projects. This configuration came out of—and then further evolved—during development at Evil Martians. It's an exhaustive and documented guide, so, I hope you enjoy it! **As mentioned in the article, feedback is welcome!**

[https://evilmartians.com/chronicles/ruby-on-whales-docker-for-ruby-rails-development](https://evilmartians.com/chronicles/ruby-on-whales-docker-for-ruby-rails-development)

2 thoughts on “Ruby on Whales: Dockerizing Ruby and Rails development”

  1. What an amazing resource. I have recently containerized our stack but it’s still rough around the edges. This give me a lot of ideas on ton improve and also how other people use Docker with Rails.

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