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A dashbard for your docker-compose dev environment.
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A dashbard for your docker-compose dev environment.


A simple listing of the projets curently running locally in order to open them easily.

Each service that have a port binding with a name. They will be grouped by projet and category.

Here is an example of what it looks like ;

Install it

Via docker

Run :

docker run

Use it


boolean : do not display the service on baboard.

string : service name. Defaults to `. Examples :Mailcatcher,Front,Back,FR,EN,Redis Commander`.

If you have an hostname based application running in your container (that's not a good practice), you can indicate the host used to access the container by prefixing the name by the hostname followed by a colon. For example : myhostname:Website.

If you have multiple hostname based applications running in your container (that's not a good practice), you can indicate them by separating them with a coma. For example : myhostname:Website 1,mysecondhostname:Website 2.

string : project name. Defaults to `. Examples :atoum website,atoum documentation,,,myProject`.


string : category name. By defaut, the container does not have a category. Examples atoum, afup, myCompagny.


string : path that will be added to the container url. Defaults to none. Examples : /app_dev.php, /_plugin/head.

Launch it at startup

See also

With upstart

Create a file in the upstart directory, for example : /etc/init/docker-baboard.conf.

description "Baboard container"
author "Me"
start on filesystem and started docker
stop on runlevel [!2345]
  /usr/bin/docker run -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -p 80:80 test-babord
end script

Then sudo service docker-baboard start to tun it the first time.


baboard is released under the MIT License. See the bundled LICENSE file for details.

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