Zevi Reinitz and Roy Razon from Livecycle contributed this guest post.
A collaborative workflow is essential for successful development — developers need a way to quickly and easily share their work, and team members need a quick way to review and provide feedback. The sooner developers can share changes and get clear feedback, the faster the feedback loop can be closed and the new code can be merged to production.
Livecycle’s Docker Extension makes it easy for developers to share their work-in-progress and collaborate with the team to get changes reviewed. With a single click, you can securely share your local development environment, and get it reviewed to ensure your code meets your team’s requirements. In this post, we provide step-by-step instructions for setting up and getting started with the Livecycle Docker Extension.
Meet Livecycle — A fast way for dev teams to collaborate
Livecycle enables development teams to collaborate…