By popular demand, PyCharm 2017.2 Professional Edition expands its Docker Compose support to those of you who run Windows. Let’s take a look and see how this works!
In our last Docker Compose post, we created a guest book in Flask. This time we’ll take a simple todo app in Django, and dockerize it. The starting point today will be a Django todo app which works locally, see the code on GitHub.
Setting Up Docker on Windows
If you don’t have Docker installed yet, you’ll need to make a decision about which version to install:
Are you using anything other than Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise, or