A 10-minutes example on how to get a simple Node.js app up and running.
In the end, you can point your Browser to the IP of your Pi and see a running webserver!
How to use in 3 steps
Step 1: Build the image
On your Raspberry Pi you can clone this example with
$ git clone https://github.com/hypriot/rpi-node-example-hello-world.git $ cd rpi-node-example-hello-world
Then build the Docker image with
$ docker build -t node-hello .
Step 2: Run the container
Now run the container with
$ docker run -p 80:80 -d node-hello
Step 3: Test it
On your computer open a web browser and type
http://localhost:80 or use
curl to connect to your the hello world container on the Pi.
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