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hello-world-nodejs

This is a basic example for a hello world nodejs app with Docker workflow running on teracy-dev v0.5.0

Getting Started

  • Set up the latest stable version of teracy-dev v0.5.0 from: https://github.com/teracyhq/dev

  • Create the following custom configuration by creating vagrant_config_override.json file into the
    ~/teracy-dev directory with the following content:

{
  "provisioners": [{
    "_id": "0",
    "json": {
      "teracy-dev": {
        "proxy": {
          "container": {
            "enabled": true
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }],
  "plugins": [{
    "_id": "2",
    "options": {
      "aliases": ["hello-d.teracy.dev", "hello.teracy.dev"]
    }
  }]
}

After $ vagrant reload successfully, $ vagrant hostmanager and clone this repo into
the ~/teracy-dev/workspace directory:

$ cd ~/teracy-dev/workspace
$ vagrant hostmanager # to update the hosts file for alias domains
$ git clone https://github.com/teracyhq/hello-world-nodejs.git

Running on dev mode

Open a new terminal window, ssh into the teracy-dev VM to execute the following commands:

$ vagrant ssh
$ ws
$ cd hello-world-nodejs
$ docker-compose up -d

After that, open hello-d.teracy.dev on your browser to see the app on the dev mode.

Running on prod mode

Open a new terminal window,, ssh into the teracy-dev VM to execute the following commands:

$ vagrant ssh
$ ws
$ cd hello-world-nodejs
$ docker-compose -f docker-compose.prod.yml up -d

After that, open hello.teracy.dev on your browser to see the app on the prod mode.

License

MIT, see the LICENSE file.

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