Container Platforms – Basic FAQ

August 31, 2018 / GuidesFor Team

Since the Object Oriented Programming Architecture began, developers saw the advantages of separating “objects” or modules of a program. It makes the code cleaner, easier to maintain, and requires less repetition. Eventually, Libraries were developed to call upon frequently used code sequences already in syntax using best practices. It made programming faster, easier, and with fewer errors.It doesn’t come as a surprise that eventually libraries became “Objects” and the entire application is just a compilation of strings calling them. That is what containers are all about. It allowed faster development and programs are now lighter with all the heavy lifting being done virtually. The article is an FAQ about Container Platforms and how it benefits software development.
– Kazuki Miyagi

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