Docker for plugin testing?

Hi all, wondering if anyone has experience or advice on Dockerizing a Sylius plugin in order to have a consistent environment for BDD and automated testing. Sylius/sylius-standard comes with a complete Docker config but Sylius/PluginSkeleton does not.

Copying the docker config from sylius-standard seems a little heavy-handed… For example I don’t need scalability or separate nginx/nodejs instances for development and testing.

I’m thinking about trying to build (or find) a unified php+mysql image and wondering if anyone else has successfully done something like this?

Thanks :slight_smile: