When you need to build applications that run inside a container, it’s easy to forget that the container is running inside of a web application.
In fact, you can even run the same application inside a web container as a web app.
But that’s not the way Docker works.
Instead, the Docker platform ships with a new way to build containers: Web applications.
The new web development platform allows you to use the Web APIs inside a Docker container to create web applications that are run in a Web app, instead of running inside the container.
The benefits are clear.
It’s a lot easier to start and scale your applications inside of an environment that’s running a Web application.
And you can leverage Web APIs to run web apps in containers that run in web apps.
We’ll dive into the benefits of using Web apps in this article.
We won’t cover every possible advantage of using Docker containers in the coming weeks, but for now, we’ll focus on Docker’s Web API capabilities.
For this article, we’re going to start by looking at the benefits that Web apps have over containers.
Let’s start with the benefits we see for Web applications and work our way up.
Benefits of Web Apps Docker has built-in Web APIs for Web apps The Web API is an abstract protocol for creating web applications and web services.
This is a powerful tool, but it doesn’t have all of the features that Web applications have.
For instance, it doesn.
In addition, Web APIs don’t have an API for running containers inside a Web container.
But Web APIs do provide many useful features.
They provide the ability to: Create web applications.
Web applications can be built in two ways: With the standard container architecture, web applications run inside of the same Web container that they run inside.
This way, you don’t need to change the Docker runtime in order to run the application.
But there are times when you want to use containers outside of a Web environment.
For example, you want a Web service to run inside another container.
And using a Web server to host the Web service is a good way to do that.
Use Web APIs outside of containers.
You can use Web APIs from containers inside of containers without having to change Docker runtime code.
You do this by using Web APIs as a container proxy.
Web APIs in containers can also be used to run containers outside a container.
This means that you can run Web applications in a container that’s hosted by another container, which means that Web APIs can run inside containers that are hosted by containers.
Web apps are written using the standard Docker runtime.
Docker’s container runtime is an abstraction layer that can be used in many ways.
For a container to be able to run a Web process inside of it, you need a Web API.
You also need a way to talk to the container about your Web API requests and responses.
And then, you also need to provide a way for the container to respond to your Web APIs requests and respond to the requests and replies.
Web developers can use the standard Web API in many different ways.
Here’s how you can use a Web framework to use Web API functions in your Web app: Create a Web interface to interact with the container and the Web API You can write Web APIs using the Docker Web API as a Web extension.
This allows you get a lot of the benefits and functionality that you get from using the Web platform as a service.
For more information on Web APIs, see the Docker web API guide.
Build Web services using Web API interfaces You can also use the Docker Container Runtime to build Web services that are running in a Docker containers.
This lets you use Web services from containers that have Web API bindings to run Web services in containers hosted by Docker.
For information about using Web services built using Docker container runtime, see Container runtime for Web services.