Develop with Django 2 and Python 3 in a container with Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • 11:10 AM, Sep 20

“In this article, I show you how to create a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Django container with Buildah, and run it with Podman. The code is stored on your local machine and mapped into the container when it runs. You can edit the code on your local machine as you would any other application. Because it is mapped via a volume mount, the changes you make to the code are immediately visible from the container, which is convenient for dynamic languages that don’t need to be compiled.” – says Rob Terzi from Red Hat.


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