Let’s Make Docker CLI Easier

Let’s Make Docker CLI Easier

The Docker CLI is not very user friendly, you have to be explicit about lots of options which actually make sense as defaults in everyday usage and debugging when we are working in multi-container environment. The aim of this post is to define some functions, aliases and JSON templates to make the CLI easier for us.

The Docker CLI is not very user friendly, you have to be explicit about lots of options which actually make sense as defaults in everyday usage and debugging when we are working in multi-container environment. The aim of this post is to define some functions, aliases and JSON templates to make the CLI easier for us.

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