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Latest revision as of 13:35, 11 January 2019

Blubber: Getting Started

Blubber is an abstraction for container build configurations. It provides a handful of declarative constructs that give developers control over build configurations without sacrificing security and maintainability.

The tutorials below are intended to provide an overview of the basic parts of Blubber. The hope is that these examples will allow developers to become productive with Blubber as quickly as possible.

Tutorials
Try a walkthrough that helps you create your first Blubberfile, create your first Docker images, and start using Blubber for your project
Try slightly more complex version of Hello, World! that introduces new Blubber concepts
Create a test and production image for an example Node.js application (HelloWorldOid)