Neovim 101— Docker
Docker helps developers build, share, and run modern applications. It handles the tedious setup so that we can focus on the code. We will explore integrating Docker into Neovim to improve our development workflow.
This article is part of the Neovim 101 series.
In several previous articles, we discussed how to effectively use Docker for development.
This article explores how we can integrate Docker with Neovim to make it even easier for us to develop and test any applications.
Terminal User Interface (TUI)
Let’s integrate several useful Docker TUIs with Neovim.
In a previous article, we talked about integrating 3rd-party tools into Neovim, including
Neovim for Beginners — 3rd Party Tools
Integrate 3rd party utilities into Neovim.
toggleterm.nvim, or any Neovim terminal plugins, we can integrate
- viewing the state of the docker or docker-compose container environment
- viewing logs for a container/service
- viewing ASCII graphs of the containers’ metrics
- attaching to a container/service