controlled image for executing meteor bundles.
See the documentation in docker-meteor-starter for an introduction to the whole deployment process.
Specify the bundle as a volume mounted at
and set environment variables to control meteor options.
Specifying it as a directory (
meteor build --directory or uncompressing beforehand) should always be preferred
because virtualized decompression has poor performance.
settings.json file may be placed at
/opt/settings.json and is loaded and injected at runtime.
The image can be wrapped in another image containing the bundle and settings,
which can be versioned and saved to a private repository (see
latest tag is built from the
master branch and should usually be up to date with the latest version of meteor.
It is however recommended to explicitly depend on meteor versions using docker tags like
meteor-builder:1.4.2 (especially in
FROM directives in Dockerfiles).