I could, but at this point I would like to be a "big boy" and actually learn how Docker and my containers work instead of just limping along in someone else's wake. Still, these compose files will act as an effective guide as to what I should end up with. Thank you!
If you do - and it's definitely worth it - there are tons of guides, here on this forum and on YouTube.
Docker is widely popular, and you just need to find the way that suits you.
You'll get used to Yaml's compose files, they are divided in sections and there's always a template made by somebody else, most of the time you'll just need to adjust ports and file paths.
And you can always ask for more help!