Back in 2007, there were a lot of options for backend like Java, PHP, and Perl. But for me, the most appealing thing was Ruby. What impressed me the most was that I could easily understand what the piece of code is about even though knowing much about the programming.
This Docker Compose tutorial will show you how to set up a development environment for a Ruby on Rails application using Docker. You will create multiple containers – for the application itself, the PostgreSQL database, Redis, and a Sidekiq service – with Docker Compose. Creating a development setup for your Rails application using Docker containers