2020 was some type of yearâ€¦as we wrap up a year that undoubtedly will never be forgotten, we rounded up the most viewed ²ÊÆ±TCG blog posts. The following posts are some of what you, the ²ÊÆ±TCG community, found to be most interesting and useful. Which was your favorite?
Starting the list with a *bang* is a post highlighting that we created a new open community to develop the Compose Specification. This new community is run with open governance and with input from all interested parties, allowing us together to create a new standard for defining multi-container apps that can be run from the desktop to the cloud.
This post showed some more advanced patterns that go beyond copying files between a build and a runtime stage, allowing one to get the most out of the multistage build feature. Who doesnâ€™t want more efficient multistage ²ÊÆ±TCGfiles?
The second in a series, this post discussed how to set up and wire other components to a containerized Python service. It showed a good way to organize project files and data and how to manage the overall project configuration with ²ÊÆ±TCG Compose. Also covered were the best practices for writing Compose files for speeding up our containerized development process.
We were super stoked to announce that the first version of ²ÊÆ±TCG Desktop for Windows Home was available! It was great to get started with WSL 2 ²ÊÆ±TCG Desktop on Windows home and hear the communityâ€™s feedback.
The second in a series, this blog post takes a deep dive into rate limits for container image pulls. Interestingly, roughly 30% of all downloads on Hub come from only 1% of our anonymous users.
But wait, where are the top five posts? And what was the #1 most viewed post of the year? Stay tuned for Part 2 of this series where all will be revealed and we can relive the goodness that was the ²ÊÆ±TCG blog 2020 ðŸ˜‰