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CFWheels, meet Docker

I was stoked when I saw that Adam Chapman had created a Docker setup for CFWheels and Lucee.

Docker is a fairly easy way to get a development environment setup for experimentation, which then can be shipped into production later. It’s also a great way to try out Lucee and CFWheels.

You’re probably like I was also: curious about Docker and what it could do for you. If you’re familiar with CFWheels, this is a great way to jump in and see if it’s right for you

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