Some questions about Docker version and module versions

I’m a developer and interested on understanding How Docker works. I would really appreciate if some of you can explain the following questions I have.

  1. How we connect certain version of Docker with its module versions? Eg: Docker 1.5.0 and Docker-Py 1.0.0
  2. If I want to install Docker 1.5.0 then how do I know which versions of modules I have to install. Because modules has its own versions.
  3. What are the naming conventions of the module? Is there a connection between Docker version naming and the module version naming?
  4. Do we need to know the module updates as developers?
  5. How do you update Docker from an older version to a newer version? Do we have to update module by module?

Thank you.
Weranga

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