Docker is an Open Source platform for development, deploy and application execution. You need to install it to execute on operating systems. In this article we will see how to install and configure in Linux Debian: Mint and Ubuntu based distributions.

Docker allows you to separate apps from your infrastructure so you...

If you want to set up the Best environment for software development in Linux Mint (or Ubuntu and other Debian based distros), this is the right article for this.

Every software developer organizes their development environment for programming using a mix of technologies and tools to use to program, improve productivity...

In an installation of Laradock, to run the Docker environment in a Mac Silicon Computer (MacBook Pro or M1) Following the steps below, Apache2 does not go up, showing error exited code2:

Steps to reproduce

  1. git clone [email protected]:laradock/laradock.git
  2. cd laradock
  3. cp .env.example .env
  4. docker-compose build workspace...

Learn now how to install and configure Laradock, which is, as presented in the Introductory Article, a project for quick and simple configuration of PHP Web Systems Development Environments using Docker.

In this tutorial article, we will see more in detail how to install and configure a Laradock environment to work by...


Where to find open data for statistical analyzes, seed databases with initial data or even create auxiliary tables for certain business areas? The developer community works hard to create repositories that offer data to meet these needs, how about checking and contributing to these repositories.


Laradock is a complete web development environment for Docker, which was born to meet the development of Laravel systems and currently provides containers for various situations for PHP development.

It supports a variety of common services, all pre-configured to provide a PHP development environment,...


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Video Lesson that presents how to connect MongoDB Atlas to the Software Customer Robo 3T.

To learn how to create a MongoDB...