This image is based on the official Elixir image and includes the features of that image.
At the time of writing, this Dockerfile results in an image that also contains:
- NodeJS 4.x (installed via NodeSource's APT repository)
- npm 3.8.9
It also includes the following
ONBUILD steps for convenience of use as a base image itself:
- Creates a working directory for your app at
- Adds files like
- Copies files needed to determine Mix config and dependencies, then downloads and compiles those dependencies
All of the above occur before any custom instructions in a child Dockerfile that uses
FROM to inherit from this one.
latest tag on Docker Hub should always be reasonably in sync with the tip of
master within this repository via automated builds. Starting with
1.2.4, git tags will also result in a corresponding Docker Hub tag.
Want to check the current versions included in the latest image in light of future rebuilds?
docker run -it --rm shanesveller/phoenix-framework node -v
docker run -it --rm shanesveller/phoenix-framework npm -v
docker run -it --rm shanesveller/phoenix-framework mix hex.info
MIX_ENVis set to
prodglobally for all commands run in the Docker container, unless overridden on a per-command basis or a later
- When building your own apps based on a third party's Docker image, you should make note of any
ONBUILDinstructions in the base image's
Dockerfile, as these are executed dynamically while building your app, prior to ANY of the instructions in your own
Not happy with the Dockerfile steps? Having compatibility problems? Try one of these alternatives: