This image provides Focuslight, which is a ruby-clone of GrowthForecast, running with ruby-2.1.1 on centos for the purpose of quick try. Actually, this supports data persistency, it means database and config files can be stored out of containers.
The Dockerfile is here, https://github.com/tmtk75/Dockerfiles/blob/master/focuslight/Dockerfile
How to use
- Download this Makefile
make pull init data_container(creates ./focuslight_data)
Then a container for focuslight starts with a data container which name is
You can send requests with curl like
curl -d "number=123" localhost:5125/api/service/section/graph
NOTE: Don't forget port forwarding If you use boot2docker on MacOSX. Then you can do
make natpf, which opens 5125 port.
Open http://localhost:5125/list/service/section with your browser so that you can see graphs.