VSCode devcontainer (part 2)

After setting up podman to be used as a devcontainer in VSCode in the previous blog-post, here are some links for a further deep-dive and next steps:

https://benmatselby.dev/post/vscode-dev-containers/
Quick repeat of what is a devcontainer
https://mkdev.me/posts/dockerless-part-1-which-tools-to-replace-docker-with-and-why
Blog-series about using podman as a docker replacement.
https://blogs.sap.com/2022/02/01/boosting-tutorial-ux-with-dev-containers-part-3-containers-into-action/
First steps in the devcontainer based on Create a CAP Application and SAP Fiori UI

My personal devcontainers can be found at (currently still private repository): https://github.com/dapuru/devcontainer

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  1. October 8, 2022

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