lets learn to automatically build a docker image, using the dockerhub task runner, sourced to a github sources code repository … whose content we manage using the file-centric github client for windows.
We go clean up our github test repositories and create a new one – ready to be integrated with dockerhub’s automated build process.
To push the dockerfile, we make windows github client be a client of the github repository:
to this we add our Dockerfile (so once that this repo is pulled by dockerhub the automated build process of dockerhub can build its image).
Lots of the above needed to be done again, cleanly. But the principles are correct.
We end up with github having pushed the build instructions to the task runner
finally, we can manually pull and run the image in our linux host, dockerized in azure