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Koding

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The Simplest Way to Manage Your Entire Dev Infrastructure!

Koding is a development platform that orchestrates your dev environment. Developers get everything they need to spin up full-stack, project-specific environments in seconds. Share them, update them, and manage infrastructure from a simple interface.

You can try Koding now on koding.com

Quick Start with Docker-Compose

Easiest way to run Koding is to install docker-compose which can be found here. For the rest you can follow these steps:

git clone https://github.com/koding/docker-compose.git koding-docker-compose
cd koding-docker-compose
# Requires docker-compose version >= 1.6
docker-compose up -d

Now you are able to access Koding via port 8090 (e.g. localhost:8090) on your host.

Run Koding on Koding.com

Yes, you can run koding on koding.com by using the provided .koding.yml

For more information about stacks: koding.com/docs

Getting started for Development

You need to install following software packages to run Koding:

Start developing

You are now ready to run Koding.

git clone https://github.com/koding/koding.git
cd koding
docker-compose -f docker-compose-init.yml run init
docker-compose up

If you don't have a powerful computer, this may take a while at first, slow computers may take up to 15 minutes before they build the entire system. Please be patient. Once it is up and running, everything will be smooth and very fast.

Now you can navigate to http://localhost:8090 to see your local Koding instance. Enjoy! (If you don't see it, keep waiting, it will show up)

When you edit files on your host computer, they will be visible in the runtime environment. Watchers will automatically restart backend workers, re-compile frontend code. You don't need to do anything for it.

Tips

If you need to execute some commands in runtime environment, here is how you can start a shell in backend service container:

docker-compose exec backend bash

You can follow coffeescript-styleguide that we are relying on.

Running Koding on Local Machine

This is if you don't want to do docker-compose way and install everything locally, (not recommended).

Software Prerequisites

Start developing

Follow these steps for running the instance:

git clone https://github.com/koding/koding.git /your/koding/path
cd /your/koding/path
node -v # make sure your node version is not greater than `0.10.x`
npm -v # make sure your npm version is 2.15.x
coffee -v # make sure your coffeeScript version must be 1.8
npm install

You should have packages ready for running build specific scripts.

./configure # create necessary config files
./run install # start to install dependencies
./run buildservices # build the services
./run # run all services

As a result, you will have a file watcher watching your backend files (both node, and golang) and restart services when it's necessary. Now open up another terminal and run following commands:

cd /your/koding/path
cd client # move into frontend client folder
npm install # install client dependencies
make # this will run a client watcher for you

Right now you should have 2 different watchers for (1) your backend files, (2)for your frontend client files. Now you can navigate to to see your local Koding instance. Enjoy!

License

This repository is licensed under GNU AGPL V3 Koding Community Edition is licensed under Apache 2.0

Contribute

The main purpose of this repository to continue evolve Koding in order to make it more stable and create the best development experience ever. If you're interested in helping with that, please check our open issues. You can also join the conversation in our slack team!

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