Developers love Docker. You can see this from the amount of attention Docker has got the last couple of years. But, one of the biggest issues developers faced was the non-availability of Docker on platforms other than Linux.
There were options like Boot2Docker (which we previously covered) that made working with Docker possible on a non-Linux machine, but the experience was sub-optimal.
Now with the general availability of Docker for Mac and Windows, developers no longer need to have a Linux box to experience Docker in it's full glory.
Docker for Mac is a native Mac application, built from scratch. With a native user interface and auto-update capability, it is deeply integrated with OS X native virtualization, Hypervisor Framework, networking, and file system. This makes Docker for Mac faster and more reliable than previous ways of getting Docker on a Mac.
In this post, we'll take a look at Docker for Mac and see how to get up and running with the stable release.Read More