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Short Description
A quick way for testing SylkServer and Sylk WebRTC client
Full Description

Sylk in a box

sylk-in-a-box is an experimental way to easily test the SylkServer WebRTC
conference server.

This experiment uses a fat Docker container to run all required services: SylkServer and the Sylk WebRTC client.
SylkServer will be listening on port 10888 for WebSocket traffic and port 3000 for the main interface.

Running the image

    docker run -p 3000:3000 -p 10888:10888 --rm --name sylk-in-a-box -t -i saghul/sylk-in-a-box

Building the image yourself

To build the image:


Run it in an interactive shell:

    make run

TLS certificate warnings

Web browsers will refuse to work with a WebRTC website unless it's visited using a "secure origin". For
this example we are using a self-signed certificate, so you'll need to accept it in / add an exception
in order for the demo to work.

First get the container IP:

    docker inspect -f '{{range .NetworkSettings.Networks}}{{.IPAddress}}{{end}}' sylk-in-a-box

Then visit these 2 URLS:



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