Discuz, a company that creates cloud-based applications that allow you to store data remotely, has announced a new Docker-based web browser that allows you to browse the web anywhere.
Docker is a software container that allows software developers to run their code anywhere.
Discuz CEO and founder Ramesh Kulkarni says that the Docker browser enables developers to build applications that are easier to use, and more secure.
“Docker helps to create a new generation of applications that don’t require any extra infrastructure, and is also extremely lightweight,” Kulkar says.
Discuz is building the browser in collaboration with Mozilla, Google and Microsoft.
It has been in development for several years, and was initially built to serve as a demo for a new version of the browser called the Discuz IDE.
The browser allows developers to deploy applications that have been built with Docker, and the DiscuZ IDE allows users to browse applications built using the Discus IDE.
Users can install the browser and then run it locally, with no need to download an additional application.
The browser is available for download as an ISO image, and you can also install it on your own computer.
Discus and Discuz use the same Docker platform, but Discuz has built the browser to be built on top of a new container technology called the Container Engine.
That technology uses a host of Docker technologies to make it possible to run multiple applications on a single machine.
The Container Engine is an open source technology, and it allows anyone to build container applications.
The Discuz browser is one of several that are built on the Container Platform, which was originally developed by Mozilla, Microsoft and Google.
Discuz, like its competitors, uses the container technology to allow users to build apps that run on top a single container.
That means that developers can write apps for a single host machine, and developers can use the browser’s browser extensions to run any application that is built with that browser.
If you are interested in learning more about Docker, read the official Discuz blog post.