Containerize an ASP.NET Core Web API with Docker

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As Front-End developers we are sometimes faced with situations where we need to run back-end code on our local Dev machines just to make API requests. This is when Docker can come in handy.

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Mwiza Kumwenda

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I develop software by profession. My interests include: history, economics, politics & enterprise-architecture. I am a child of God.

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