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Minimal Node Docker Images built on Alpine Linux
What is Node
Node.js applications are designed to maximize throughput and efficiency, using non-blocking I/O and asynchronous events. Node.js applications run single-threaded, although Node.js uses multiple threads for file and network events. Node.js is commonly used for real-time applications due to its asynchronous nature.
Why this image
We often need to support
node-sass or GIT Urls as NPM dependencies.
We created this image to get a fully node-ready image.
Why the "full-icu" image
For i18n, we need to embed
full-icu. See #9 for more information.
docker container run -it --rm zenika/alpine-node:i18n node -p "Number(2.3).toLocaleString('fr')" 2,3
How to use this image
See How To Use This Image on GitHub for up-to-date documentation.
Node website : https://nodejs.org
Where to file issues : https://github.com/Zenika/alpine-node/issues
Maintained by : https://www.zenika.com
Versions (in latest)
docker container run --rm zenika/alpine-node cat /etc/alpine-release 3.6.2
docker container run --rm zenika/alpine-node node -v v9.4.0
docker container run --rm zenika/alpine-node npm -v 5.6.0
docker container run --rm zenika/alpine-node yarn --version 1.3.2
docker container run --rm zenika/alpine-node git --version git version 2.13.5
docker container run --rm zenika/alpine-node python -V Python 2.7.13