Containers are built with dockerfiles that describe all the commands that contribute to the contents (application source, executable, scripts and dependencies) of the container image. For interactive development, the Container Playground coding environment provides buildah with usage similar to the docker commands to build your containers from dockerfiles.
Helm-charts and Docker-Compose
The container playground supports docker-compose, a YAML file describing configurations to deploy one or more container applications. Alternatively, you can deploy with Helm-charts - a popular mechanism to share, install, and upgrade applications on container orchestration systems like Kubernetes.
With just a few clicks, you can also use the web user-interface to build containers from your application source code and run your applications on Intel® hardware without any prior knowledge of dockerfiles, docker-compose or helm-charts.