Launch in background
docker-compose up -d
If you want to rebuild docker images you can use –build flag after up command. This is essentially same as you would write:
# docker build .
# docker run myimage
docker-compose up –build
List running images on containers
Normally with “docker build . ” you get docker id that you can run with “docker run DOCKERID” but if you want a bit more friendly name you can tag it like this:
docker build -t YOURDOCKERUSERNAME/PROJECT:latest .
After that you can refer to the image with the tag instead of id like this
docker run -p 8081:8081 YOURDOCKERUSERNAME/PROJECT