Web Application for Docker using JavaScript

⚙️ Task Description

📌 In this task, we have to create a Web Application for Docker (one of the great Containerization Tool which provides the user Platform as a Service (PaaS)) by showing your own creativity and UI/UX designing skills to make the web portal user friendly.

📌 This app will help the user to run all the docker commands like:

👉docker images
👉docker ps
👉docker run
👉docker rm -f
👉docker exec
👉 add more if you want. (Optional)
👉 Make a blog/article/video explaining this task step by step.

In this task, I have created one Docker Web UI in which you can run various docker commands for launching, deleting, listing container and images.

Here, I have used Python with CGI (Common Gateway Interface) which is acting as backend of my webpage. Whenever any user/client will enter command and submit it, the command will go to CGI which will then run one program at backend and provide output to frontend webpage and display it to client. I also used HTML and CSS for displaying and designing webpage and Javascript for making webpages more interactive by using which user is getting prompt to enter their choice.

Below video shows the demonstration of task I have done which will show all the commands that are being executed.

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