Is Dockerfile only for building container images or we can do more with it? How about using Docker multi-stage builds to compile binaries, run tests, and other operations typically performed before building container images?
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Hi Viktor, Sorry for disturbing you, but I have added a public comment on youtube related to your post, but I don’t see it published. Is there any particular reason for that?
On Thu, 10 Jun 2021 at 15:07, Technology Conversations wrote:
> Viktor Farcic posted: ” Is Dockerfile only for building container images > or we can do more with it? How about using Docker multi-stage builds to > compile binaries, run tests, and other operations typically performed > before building container images? ▬▬▬▬▬▬ [image: 🔗] Addit” >
It wasn’t me. YouTube tends to delete some comments without any explanation. My best guess is that it does not like links. Did you have a link in your comment? If you did, can you post it again without the link or without https:// part of it? If that’s not the case, feel free to post it here or send me a direct message on linkedin or twitter.