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How to share containers across multiple projects using Docker Compose

Learn how to share containers (e.g. a database) across multiple projects using Docker Compose and networks https://www.chrisblunt.com/rails-on-docker-share-containers-across-multiple-projects/

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Link is messed up. It’s prefixing with rubyflow.com Try this https://www.chrisblunt.com/rails-on-docker-share-containers-across-multiple-projects/

@DAVID FREERKSEN: Fixed, thanks for pointing it out ;)

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