Docker image allow to you use xhgui as service inside its own container. Just provide your data provider to container's mongo instance.
Table Of Contents
- Roadmap for 1.0 version
Executing with docker-compose
Configure your docker-compose.yml
version: "2" services: web: ... backend: ... links: [db, xhgui] db: ... xhgui: image: cv21/xhgui ports: - 8081:80
$ docker-compose build .
3. Run ``` $ docker-compose up -d
- Open xhgui (as described in docker-compose.yml on port 8081 http://127.0.0.1:8081) and see results
TODO: Describe the docker-compose example for nginx-php-xhgui set of containers
Executing as standalone container
- Execute docker image
$ docker run -p 8081:80 cv21/xhgui
2. Open link http://127.0.0.1:8081 ## Roadmap for 1.0 version - [x] Allow to use xhgui codebase by in-folder code - [ ] Update docs - [ ] Allow to use configs