Docker for rtc-switchboard
Docker image for rtc-switchboard,
which is an rtc.io signalling server (counterpart to
rtc-signaller) that makes use of
the excellent realtime abstraction library,
primus. It has been designed and built
primarily as a reference implementation for a signalling server and is
not designed to be deployed at scale.
For more information about rtc-switchboard please visit: https://github.com/rtc-io/rtc-switchboard
You can find the docker builds here: https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/synctree/rtc-switchboard/
Try it out
If you wish to use
rtc-switchboard through a docker container
then you can simply pull the public image from hub.docker.io and
run in the following way:
docker run synctree/rtc-switchboard
Defaults to 8080. If you wish to run the server on a specific port, then set the
environment variable prior to execution:
docker run -e NODE_PORT=8997 synctree/rtc-switchboard
Build your own image:
If you wish to build your own image using docker-rtc-switchboard:
docker build .
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