Docker packages software apps “in virtual containers so they can be shipped, deployed, and run quickly and efficiently,” explains Pavan Belagatti. These containers “package your application and its dependencies so that it can be shipped and run anywhere transparently.”
“The idea of Docker extensions is to help developers expand their capabilities by using third-party tools, just like plugins. You can enable the extensions available from the extensions tab on the Docker desktop with a single click,” he says.
In this article, Belagatti provides details for nine extensions you should know, including:
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