Docker is an open-source platform consisting of a portable, lightweight runtime engine and packaging tool that enables IT to quickly ship and run applications, unchanged, on developers' laptops--testing or production environments. As well described by Docker's founder and CEO, other than the obvious technical benefits, the real value of Docker is “getting people to agree on something”. In this post, I will provide some insight on why the fuss about Docker.
In the sixteen years I've personally been developing and designing websites, the techniques and available technologies have changed so radically; so much so that the only aspects my job today has in common with what I did at the start of my career is that HTML is still a markup language, and that a good design can never have too many animated gifs. Here are 6 best responsive websites.