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  1. docs(readme): fix typo

    gaboesquivel committed Jan 17, 2019
  2. docs(readme): add port info

    gaboesquivel committed Jan 17, 2019
    closes #65
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  1. fix(docker): update config.ini for more generalized development (#86)

    GMory authored and gaboesquivel committed Dec 11, 2018
    Extra options are necessary for more generalized development. The verbose-http-errors allows allows for error assertions to be readable. The mongodb additions enable the capturing of ancillary block info necessary for capturing and using inline actions. Finally, removing the whitelist mongodb filter allows for developers to run and capture their own actions (while not excluding the capturing of the demo).
    
    If any of these disagree with the community's vision though, feel free to disregard, but figured I'd make a PR for this since I find this to be the default setup I keep incorporating myself.
    
    The main consideration is the removal of the whitelist. I know you have a commented out wildcard that one could simply toggle on, but it seemed like an extra unnecessary step in my mind.
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  1. fix(docker): remove http-aliases from config.ini (#79)

    GMory authored and gaboesquivel committed Dec 2, 2018
    Now that we don't validate host, http-aliases aren't relevant.
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  1. fix(docker): add http-validate-host=false to config.ini (#78)

    GMory authored and gaboesquivel committed Nov 27, 2018
    Adding http-validate-host=false to config.ini allows for the nginx reverse proxy to resolve
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  1. fix(docker): change mongo storage to a volume instead of local dir (#76)

    GMory authored and gaboesquivel committed Nov 26, 2018
    Docker-for-windows doesn't play nicely with external local storage for mongodb. The solution, for now, is to use an explicit docker volume. This isn't necessary for other environments, but it does help bring in another to the project (Windows).