The Coriolis project was inspired by E:D Shipyard and, of course, Elite Dangerous. The ultimate goal of Coriolis is to provide rich features to support in-game play and planning while engaging the E:D community to support its development.
Coriolis was created using assets and imagery from Elite: Dangerous, with the permission of Frontier Developments plc, for non-commercial purposes. It is not endorsed by nor reflects the views or opinions of Frontier Developments and no employee of Frontier Developments was involved in the making of it.
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This release includes the ability to run the app as a Docker container.
> git clone https://github.com/EDCD/coriolis.git > git clone https://github.com/EDCD/coriolis-data.git > cd coriolis > docker buildx build --build-context data=../coriolis-data --tag coriolis . > docker run -d -p 3300:3300 coriolis
Or to run an instance of coriolis without Docker Desktop, perform the following steps in a shell:
> git clone https://github.com/EDCD/coriolis.git > git clone https://github.com/EDCD/coriolis-data.git > cd ./coriolis-data > npm install > cd ../coriolis > npm install > npm start
You will then have a development server running on
Ship and Module Database
See the Data wiki for details on structure, etc.
Follow the steps for Development as above, but instead
npm start you'll want to:
> npm run build
this will result in a
build/ directory being created containing all the necessary files.
After this you need to serve the files in some manner.
Either configure your webserver to make the actual
visible on the web, or alternatively copy it to somewhere to serve it