Apparently Docker Desktop doesn’t like Google Drive. I can tick the box of this drive, and then save it. But after saving it removes the checkbox again. It doesn’t do this with other (local) drives.
I also have a network drive mapped in Windows (our business NAS), and Docker Dekstop doesn’t recognize this drive entirely.
The reason I want to use either a NAS or Google Drive is because I want the local files to be available for me from multiple PC’s. When I’m at work, or at home, I want to work on the same project. Is there any other way to achieve this natively with Wappler? @George
One thing that I noticed is that the docker deployment takes quite some time longer to upload then the “own server” deployment. When you are on your own server, and you save a file in Wappler, it uploads that file immediately to the server. But with Docker it seems you have to press deploy, and then wait a minute or so.
It is probably supposed to happen like that, but it does change my workflow a bit. I used to prefer to view the live site in the browser immediately after saving the page in Wappler. Is this somehow still possible with Docker?
Nevil, with docker you work locally and do everything like preview changes, save etc all locally. As soon as you save a change it is visible on the local docker target immediately.
When you are finished adjusting everything, you can then deploy it to the remote target. That’s the point of docker - you have the same server, database and settings locally where you work and as soon as you are done you just deploy the same (files, database, server, settings) to your remote server.
That’s not true Brian, your logic is wrong, as I explained - when working with docker, on save you get the changes immediately available.
Deploy is only required when you are finished working on the project and you publish it. This has nothing to do with how ftp and ftp targets work.
I.e. you don’t need to deploy on every save, as you have the same/everything already locally and you work there. As soon as you are done with your changes and are happy with the results you deploy them to your remote docker machine.