I use Docker to set up quick databases for my development and testing. I mostly use docker-compose.yml files to set it up properly and don't have to search for the right docker command with all the flags when I come back to development a couple weeks later. Just start the docker-compose file and here we go.
Tell me I'm wrong but isn't it possible to mount a directory into the container which also updates inside the container when there are changes outside of it on the local machine?
Yes, totally, it's possible, but not always as easy as it might be (at least in my opinion) :)
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