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Nanobox Comments

Nanobox is built on top of Docker containers

Positive Comment by seoknucklehead
about Nanobox Feb 2017

The Nanobox platform lives on top of Docker. This relationship between Nanobox and Docker is explained in the Nanobox documentation

The Nanobox CLI creates an isolated virtual environment on your local machine that matches your production Nanobox environment and allows for active development. The nanobox run command uses Docker to create isolated, containers inside of a local virtual Nanobox container using settings specified in your boxfile.yml. It then mounts your code directory from your local machine into the Nanobox container. Any changes to your code are reflected in your locally running app.

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