Simply create a new Heroku app, set the environment variables, and deploy.
You may need to add Heroku specific environment variables that are not included in the
The app does not do any image caching at all. Because of this it is recommended to place your production app behind a CDN. We use AWS's CloudFront.
Local image serving
For using Pantograph with local development.
Clone the repo to your machine and then:
Change any settings in the
docker-compose.yml file to suite your needs.
.env has a
IMAGE_404 variable that should be set as a path to an image relative to your base URL.
When using S3 the path is relative to the bucket root.
When using Local the path is relative to
Always make sure the
IMAGE_404 is set as the plugin code isn't very fault tolerant to that not existing yet.